Action sounds recalibrate perceived tactile distance

  title={Action sounds recalibrate perceived tactile distance},
  author={Ana Tajadura-Jim{\'e}nez and Aleksander V{\"a}ljam{\"a}e and Iwaki Toshima and Toshitaka Kimura and Manos Tsakiris and Norimichi Kitagawa},
  journal={Current Biology},
Figure 1. Experiemental set-up and results. (A) Experimental set-up and (B) results indicating the mean (± SEM) percentage of change in ‘test distance longer than reference distance’ judgments from preto post-experimental manipulation. Participants seated in the floor and wore goggles that occluded lateral vision. The loudspeakers were covered with a black cloth drape. For the audio-tactile ‘tapping’ task participants were required to centrally fixate the flashing LED and to tap on the floor at… CONTINUE READING
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