Based on their possible role in social cognition, at least one group also suggested that “broken mirror systems” may also lead to autism, some of which are characterized by social interaction difficulties. They believe that the reduction in mirror neuron activity prevents autistic patients from understanding other people’s feelings. Other researchers say this is an oversimplified view of autism: a review of 25 papers on autism and mirror system rupture, and concluded that the hypothesis has “less evidence “. Many researchers are critical to whether mirror neurons are critical to empathy and other social behavior. For example, even if you have never seen an action before, you can still understand it – for example, even if you don’t see yourself, you can see Superman flying in the movie. There is evidence that these people have lost the ability to perform certain actions, such as brushing their teeth, but still understand them when others perform.