Adaptation to displaced vision: visual, motor, or proprioceptive change?

@article{Harris1963AdaptationTD,
  title={Adaptation to displaced vision: visual, motor, or proprioceptive change?},
  author={Christie Harris},
  journal={Science},
  year={1963},
  volume={140 3568},
  pages={812-3}
}
After seeing his hand through wedge prisms, a subject points incorrectly with that hand at auditory as well as visual targets. The other hand is virtually unaffected. Thus the change cannot be solely visuo-motor or visual. Other evidence suggests that it is a change in felt hand location, rather than motor learning. When the subject's adapted hand feels as if it is pointing straight ahead, for example, it is actually pointing off to one side. 
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