Action and perception in the rubber hand illusion

@article{Riemer2012ActionAP,
  title={Action and perception in the rubber hand illusion},
  author={Martin Riemer and Dieter Kleinb{\"o}hl and Rupert H{\"o}lzl and J{\"o}rg Trojan},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={229},
  pages={383-393}
}
Voluntary motor control over artificial hands has been shown to provoke a subjective incorporation of the artificial limb into body representations. However, in most studies projected or mirrored images of own hands were presented as ‘artificial’ body parts. Using the paradigm of the rubber hand illusion (RHI), we assessed the impact of tactile sensations and voluntary movements with respect to an unambiguously body-extraneous, artificial hand. In addition to phenomenal self-reports and… CONTINUE READING