Reading action intentions from movement trajectories

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Abstract Cognitive states such as action intentions leave a fingerprint on human behavior by shaping body movements. Movement trajectories thus provide a unique and elegant tool to uncover such hidden cognitive states, and we will sketch how the method of studying continuous trajectories of computer-mouse movements has evolved over the last decade. We will discuss two spotlights to show how the me...


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