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  • Joint attention for pointing but not grasping postures 

    Fischer, Martin H.; Szymkowiak, Andrea (Elsevier Masson, 2004)
    “Joint attention” refers to changes in one`s own action potentials after observing somebody else’s actions. For example, perceived gaze leads to corresponding attention shifts (Hood et al., 1998; Schuller and Rossion, ...