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1 July 2012The role of gender in the interaction between self-pain and the perception of pain in othersColl, Michel-Pierre; Budell, Lesley; Rainville, Pierre; Decety, Jean; Jackson, Philip L.Article de rechercheUpon request
14 November 2004How do we perceive the pain of others? : a window into the neural processes involved in empathyJackson, Philip L.; Meltzoff, Andrew N.; Decety, JeanArticle de rechercheUpon request
1 June 2004The functional architecture of human empathyDecety, Jean; Jackson, Philip L.Article de rechercheUpon request
1 April 2006A social-neuroscience perspective on empathyDecety, Jean; Jackson, Philip L.Article de rechercheUpon request
10 January 2006Neural circuits involved in imitation and perspective-takingJackson, Philip L.; Meltzoff, Andrew N.; Decety, JeanArticle de rechercheOpen access
6 September 2005Empathy examined through the neural mechanisms involved in imagining how I feel versus how you feel painJackson, Philip L.; Brunet-Gouet, Eric; Meltzoff, Andrew N.; Decety, JeanArticle de rechercheUpon request
To what extent do we share the pain of others? Insight from the neural bases of pain empathyJackson, Philip L.; Rainville, Pierre; Decety, JeanArticle de rechercheUpon request
31 December 2004Motor cognition : a new paradigm to study self–other interactionsJackson, Philip L.; Decety, JeanArticle de rechercheUpon request
8 September 2004The neural bases of cooperation and competition : an fMRI investigationDecety, Jean; Jackson, Philip L.; Sommerville, Jessica A.; Chaminade, Thierry; Meltzoff, Andrew N.Article de rechercheUpon request