BPS Special Issue on Action Mirroring - Twitter chat
The British Journal of Developmental Psychology (BJDP) have published a Special Issue on Action Mirroring that is free to access online.
To celebrate our publishing partners Wiley Blackwell will host a live twitter chat on Thursday 3 March 4-5pm (GMT) with the editorial team to generate debate and discussion around the topic.
About the Special Issue
The past decade has experienced an increasing interest in humans' mirroring of others' behaviour. Empirical investigations have focused on the neural basis of action mirroring, the functional mechanisms that subserve action mirroring, and the consequences of action mirroring for social functioning. As a consequence, developmental psychologists have started to examine its (early) development and significance for the field and future research direction.
BPS Journals publishes 11 academic journal titles in conjunction with our publishing partner Wiley-Blackwell. The British Journal of Developmental Psychology publishes full-length, empirical, conceptual, review and discussion papers, as well as brief reports, in all aspects of Developmental Psychology. Visit Wiley Online Library for more information.
BPS members can access via PsychSource, our searchable journals, books and multimedia database, developed in partnership with Wiley-Blackwell. Abstracts are free to all, full-text free to members.