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Miiamaaria V. Saarela and Yevhen Hlushchuk have equal contribution to the paper Understanding another person's experience draws on "mirroring systems," brain circuitries shared by the subject's own actions/ feelings and by similar states observed in others. Lately, also the experience of pain has been shown to activate partly the same brain areas in the subjects' own and in the observer's brain. Recent studies show remarkable overlap between brain areas activated when a subject undergoesdoi:10.1093/cercor/bhj141 pmid:16495434 fatcat:zevvrz34ffa4vhklc5ehoul6ma