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Visual Capture of Touch: Out-of-the-Body Experiences With Rubber Gloves
When the apparent visual location of a body part conflicts with its veridical location, vision can dominate proprioception and kinesthesia. In this article, we show that vision can capture tactileExpand
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Spatial constraints on visual-tactile cross-modal distractor congruency effects
Across three experiments, participants made speeded elevation discrimination responses to vibrotactile targets presented to the thumb (held in a lower position) or the index finger (upper position)Expand
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A Common Cortical Substrate Activated by Horizontal and Vertical Sound Movement in the Human Brain
Perception of movement in acoustic space depends on comparison of the sound waveforms reaching the two ears (binaural cues) as well as spectrotemporal analysis of the waveform at each ear (monauralExpand
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Crossmodal links between vision and touch in covert endogenous spatial attention.
The authors report a series of 6 experiments investigating crossmodal links between vision and touch in covert endogenous spatial attention. When participants were informed that visual and tactileExpand
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Are perception and action affected differently by the Titchener circles illusion?
Abstract In the present study, we investigated the effects of the Titchener circles illusion in perception and action. In this illusion, two identical discs can be perceived as being different inExpand
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Synchronous Multisensory Stimulation Blurs Self-Other Boundaries
In a study that builds on recent cognitive neuroscience research on body perception and social psychology research on social relations, we tested the hypothesis that synchronous multisensoryExpand
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Multisensory contributions to the 3-D representation of visuotactile peripersonal space in humans: evidence from the crossmodal congruency task
In order to determine precisely the location of a tactile stimulus presented to the hand it is necessary to know not only which part of the body has been stimulated, but also where that part of theExpand
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The Role of Hand Size in the Fake-Hand Illusion Paradigm
When a hand (either real or fake) is stimulated in synchrony with our own hand concealed from view, the felt position of our own hand can be biased toward the location of the seen hand. ThisExpand
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Changes in sensory dominance during childhood: converging evidence from the colavita effect and the sound-induced flash illusion.
In human adults, visual dominance emerges in several multisensory tasks. In children, auditory dominance has been reported up to 4 years of age. To establish when sensory dominance changes duringExpand
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Losing One's Hand: Visual-Proprioceptive Conflict Affects Touch Perception
Background While the sense of bodily ownership has now been widely investigated through the rubber hand illusion (RHI), very little is known about the sense of disownership. It has been hypothesizedExpand
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