Does knowing the sensory neuronal activity that occurs when we hug someone mean that we understand how we transfer meaning to that behavior? Why or why not?

Research has studied a great deal about how humans process and know information. However, “knowing” and “understanding” are not necessarily the same. Does knowing the sensory neuronal activity that occurs when we hug someone mean that we understand how we transfer meaning to that behavior? Why or why not?

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