They post a lot about mirror neurons, and they are pretty sceptical about the claims that the mirror neuron system is the basic foundation of action of action understanding.
Here's a statement form on of their posts:
"So far we have not found any evidence to support the claim that the mirror neuron system is the "basis" of action understanding. In fact, all of the evidence discussed so far, refutes this claim"Most of the posts are based on Gregory Hikock's graduate course on mirror neurons whose goal it is
"to survey what we know about MNs in the monkey and presumed correlates in humans, and to consider what kind of theoretical conclusions the data allow. We will cover a range of empirical and theoretical topics related to MNs, but all with an eye toward the implications of this work on understanding the functional anatomy of speech/language."There's really ton of material on the site, and I can't wait to check it all out, because I share their doubt that the mirror neurons system is the whole story when it comes to action understanding and especially social cognition.