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Brain system for mental orientation in space, time, and person
Significance Processing of spatial, temporal, and social relations relies on mental cognitive maps, on which the behaving self is oriented relative to different places, events, and people. UsingExpand
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Save the Global: Global Signal Connectivity as a Tool for Studying Clinical Populations with Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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We show that the functional connectivity (FC) of the global signal is of functional relevance, as it differentiates between schizophrenia patients and healthy controls during rest. Expand
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The Insula Mediates Access to Awareness of Visual Stimuli Presented Synchronously to the Heartbeat
The processing of interoceptive signals in the insular cortex is thought to underlie self-awareness. However, the influence of interoception on visual awareness and the role of the insular cortex inExpand
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Full body illusion is associated with widespread skin temperature reduction
A central feature of our consciousness is the experience of the self as a unified entity residing in a physical body, termed bodily self-consciousness. This phenomenon includes aspects such as theExpand
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Neural Sources and Underlying Mechanisms of Neural Responses to Heartbeats, and their Role in Bodily Self-consciousness: An Intracranial EEG Study
Recent research has shown that heartbeat-evoked potentials (HEPs), brain activity in response to heartbeats, are a useful neural measure for investigating the functional role of brain-bodyExpand
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Posing for awareness: proprioception modulates access to visual consciousness in a continuous flash suppression task.
The rules governing the selection of which sensory information reaches consciousness are yet unknown. Of our senses, vision is often considered to be the dominant sense, and the effects of bodilyExpand
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“Self pop-out”: agency enhances self-recognition in visual search
AbstractIn real-life situations, we are often required to recognize our own movements among movements originating from other people. In social situations, these movements are often correlated (forExpand
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Self-Motion Holds a Special Status in Visual Processing
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We investigated whether our own movements benefit from preferential processing even when the task is unrelated to self-recognition, and does not involve agency judgments. Expand
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Self-Grounded Vision: Hand Ownership Modulates Visual Location through Cortical β and γ Oscillations
Vision is known to be shaped by context, defined by environmental and bodily signals. In the Taylor illusion, the size of an afterimage projected on one's hand changes according to proprioceptiveExpand
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Transient Modulations of Neural Responses to Heartbeats Covary with Bodily Self-Consciousness
Recent research has investigated self-consciousness associated with the multisensory processing of bodily signals (e.g., somatosensory, visual, vestibular signals), a notion referred to as bodilyExpand
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