Another great RIO meeting!
It’s been quite some traveling for me (1100 k and 12 hrs from door to door), but definitely worth it: This year’s RIO group meeting at Teesside University was – again (thanks to Daniel Eaves and his team!) – a great discussion forum for most recent works it motor imagery and/ or action observation: More and more work on motor imagery during action observation (mine was on VR-based AOMI), together with critical reflections on both more general questions such as open science, as well as on specific ones resulting in debates about definitions, methods, procedures. And congratulations to Shiau-Chuen Chiou, PhD student of the Neurocognition and Action group, who won the best student presentation award for her talk on temporal and spatial information integration during action observation.
Thanks for another two days of inspiration!