Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

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    On Fri, Nov 23, 2001 at 07:00:27PM -0500, Wade T.Smith wrote:
    > Imitation, to me, requires volition.

    I was guessing it would. But I think that's a mistake. Of course,
    as I keep finding myself having to say, you can use the word any way
    you want, but I think you'll find in this context, the way the word's
    generally used, repetiton of an observed behavioural pattern counts as
    imitation regardless of intent.

    Robin Faichney
    "One person's mess is another's complexity"
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