Are Movements Necessary for the Sense of Body Ownership? Evidence from the Rubber Hand Illusion in Pure Hemiplegic Patients

@inproceedings{Burin2015AreMN,
  title={Are Movements Necessary for the Sense of Body Ownership? Evidence from the Rubber Hand Illusion in Pure Hemiplegic Patients},
  author={Dalila Burin and Alessandro Livelli and Francesca Garbarini and Carlotta Fossataro and Alessia Folegatti and Patrizia Gindri and Lorenzo Pia},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
A question still debated within cognitive neuroscience is whether signals present during actions significantly contribute to the emergence of human's body ownership. In the present study, we aimed at answer this question by means of a neuropsychological approach. We administered the classical rubber hand illusion paradigm to a group of healthy participants and to a group of neurological patients affected by a complete left upper limb hemiplegia, but without any propriceptive/tactile deficits… CONTINUE READING

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