Knowledge of one's kinematics improves perceptual discrimination.

  title={Knowledge of one's kinematics improves perceptual discrimination.},
  author={Elena Daprati and Selina C. Wriessnegger and Francesco Lacquaniti},
  journal={Consciousness and cognition},
  volume={16 1},
We tested the hypothesis that our ability to detect fine kinematics variations is tuned to reveal more subtle differences when the motion pattern belongs to the observer compared to another individual. To this purpose, we analyzed the responses of 15 subjects in a same-different task on pairs of movements, which could belong to one or two different subjects. Self vs. Other comparisons were obtained by presenting both the observer's and another participant's kinematics. Subjects responded faster… CONTINUE READING
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