Evidence of imagined passive self-motion through imagery-perception interaction.

@article{Mertz2000EvidenceOI,
  title={Evidence of imagined passive self-motion through imagery-perception interaction.},
  author={S Mertz and S Belkhenchir and Jean-Claude Lepecq},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2000},
  volume={105 1},
  pages={57-78}
}
The existence of whole-body passive self-motion mental imagery was investigated by examining whether the perception of passive body accelerations can be affected by passive self-motion imagery. Twenty healthy subjects recognised target passive body acceleration. This recognition task was performed under three conditions: (1) a baseline condition without imagery; (2) a compatible imagery condition during which subjects imagined themselves passively moving in the same direction as the target… CONTINUE READING

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