Action Without Awareness: Reaching to an Object You Do Not Remember Seeing

@article{Heath2008ActionWA,
  title={Action Without Awareness: Reaching to an Object You Do Not Remember Seeing},
  author={Matthew Heath and Anika Maraj and Bryan Godbolt and Gordon Binsted},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={709 - 728}
}
BACKGROUND Previous work by our group has shown that the scaling of reach trajectories to target size is independent of obligatory awareness of that target property and that "action without awareness" can persist for up to 2000 ms of visual delay. In the present investigation we sought to determine if the ability to scale reaching trajectories to target size following a delay is related to the pre-computing of movement parameters during initial stimulus presentation or the maintenance of a… CONTINUE READING

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