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Biological motion perception is the compelling ability of the visual system to perceive complex human movements effortlessly and within a fraction of a second. Recent neuroimaging and neurophysiological studies have revealed that the visual perception of biological motion activates a widespread network of brain areas. The superior temporal sulcus has a crucial role within this network. The roles of other areas are less clear. We present a computational model based on neurally plausibledoi:10.1523/jneurosci.4915-05.2006 pmid:16540566 fatcat:i4ftjmuhnnajneb4egbgfvgwqm