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Full body action remapping of peripersonal space: The case of walking
The space immediately surrounding the body, i.e. peripersonal space (PPS), is represented by populations of multisensory neurons, from a network of premotor and parietal areas, which integrateExpand
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Common and distinct brain regions processing multisensory bodily signals for peripersonal space and body ownership
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PPS was associated with motor execution and BO with cognitive behavioral domains.Both engaged fronto‐parietal regions with an overlap in the left parietal cortex. Expand
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Out-of-Body Experiences and Other Complex Dissociation Experiences in a Patient with Unilateral Peripheral Vestibular Damage and Deficient Multisensory Integration.
Out-of-body experiences (OBEs) are illusory perceptions of one's body from an elevated disembodied perspective. Recent theories postulate a double disintegration process in the personal (visual,Expand
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Cognitive Deficits in Multiple Sclerosis: Recent Advances in Treatment and Neurorehabilitation
Purpose of reviewThis article highlights recent progress in research on treatment and neurorehabilitation of cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis (MS) including pharmacological interventions,Expand
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Visual gravity contributes to subjective first-person perspective
Abstract A fundamental component of conscious experience involves a first-person perspective (1PP), characterized by the experience of being a subject and of being directed at the world. ExtendingExpand
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Common Recruitment of Angular Gyrus in Episodic Autobiographical Memory and Bodily Self-Consciousness
Parietal cortex and adjacent parts of the temporal cortex have recently been associated with bodily self-consciousness (BSC). Similarly, growing evidence suggests that the lateral parietal cortex isExpand
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Multisensory interactions in peripersonal space and their contributions to bodily self-consciousness
What is the relevance of the body and body-transformed sensory information for subjective experience? In the last two decades, paradigms from cognitive neuroscience have demonstrated that theExpand
Common recruitment of angular gyrus in episodic autobiographical memory and bodily self-consciousness
Parietal cortex and adjacent parts of the temporal cortex have recently been involved in bodily self-consciousness (BSC) and in episodic autobiographical memory (EAM). However, the neuroanatomicalExpand
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