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Question of the Day (10-Aug-18)

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The question below consists of a set of labelled sentences. These sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the options.
  1. Merely viewing another person's movements activates our own motor cortex, which we normally use for precise control of our actual movements. 
  2. Brain imaging studies have now shown that the human brain contains a similar mirror-neuron system. 
  3. As sports fans, musicians, and students of body language know, watching other people's movements and postures may facilitate the viewer's own motor schemes, sometimes resulting in unintended imitation. 
  4. A monkey's mirror neurons are activated both when he himself is acting, say, taking a raisin from a tray, and when he is viewing another monkey (or the human experimenter) performing the same act. 
  5. Mirror neurons, first discovered in monkeys, may serve help us master basic social skills, providing a common code between the sender and receiver of a nonverbal message.

OPTIONS
 
 1)CDEBA
 2)BEDAC
 3)ABCED
 4)CABED
 5)EDBAC

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