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One of the most important abilities for an agent's cognitive development in a social environment is the ability to recognize and imitate actions of others. In this paper we describe a cognitive architecture for action recognition and imitation, and present experiments demonstrating its implementation in robots. Inspired by neuroscientific and psychological data, and adopting a 'simulation theory of mind' approach, the architecture uses the motor systems of the imitator in a dual role, both fordoi:10.1080/09540090310001655129 fatcat:e4pjsifvgngfnado5trgcgean4