Motor-Sensory Recalibration Leads to an Illusory Reversal of Action and Sensation

@article{Stetson2006MotorSensoryRL,
  title={Motor-Sensory Recalibration Leads to an Illusory Reversal of Action and Sensation},
  author={Chess Stetson and Xu Cui and P. Read Montague and David M. Eagleman},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={651-659}
}
To judge causality, organisms must determine the temporal order of their actions and sensations. However, this judgment may be confounded by changing delays in sensory pathways, suggesting the need for dynamic temporal recalibration. To test for such a mechanism, we artificially injected a fixed delay between participants' actions (keypresses) and subsequent sensations (flashes). After participants adapted to this delay, flashes at unexpectedly short delays after the keypress were often… Expand
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