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Gallese, V. (2009). We-ness, Embodied Simulation, and Psychoanalysis: Reply to Commentaries. Psychoanal. Dial., 19(5):580-584.

(2009). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 19(5):580-584

We-ness, Embodied Simulation, and Psychoanalysis: Reply to Commentaries

Vittorio Gallese, M.D.

Neuroscience is progressively revealing the intimate relationship between embodied simulation and the understanding of verbal communication, including its affective quality. The neuroscientific investigation of linguistic aspects of interpersonal relations and the functional mechanism of embodied simulation are discussed in relation to the understanding of therapeutic action in psychoanalysis.

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