Do Implicit and Explicit Measures of the Sense of Agency Measure the Same Thing?

@inproceedings{Dewey2014DoIA,
  title={Do Implicit and Explicit Measures of the Sense of Agency Measure the Same Thing?},
  author={John Dewey and G{\"u}nther Knoblich and Sonja Kotz},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
The sense of agency (SoA) refers to perceived causality of the self, i.e. the feeling of causing something to happen. The SoA has been probed using a variety of explicit and implicit measures. Explicit measures include rating scales and questionnaires. Implicit measures, which include sensory attenuation and temporal binding, use perceptual differences between self- and externally generated stimuli as measures of the SoA. In the present study, we investigated whether the different measures tap… CONTINUE READING
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