Peripersonal space as the space of the bodily self

@article{Noel2015PeripersonalSA,
  title={Peripersonal space as the space of the bodily self},
  author={Jean-Paul Noel and Christian Pfeiffer and Olaf Blanke and Andrea Serino},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2015},
  volume={144},
  pages={49-57}
}
Bodily self-consciousness (BSC) refers to experience of one's self as located within an owned body (self-identification) and as occupying a specific location in space (self-location). BSC can be altered through multisensory stimulation, as in the Full Body Illusion (FBI). If participants view a virtual body from a distance being stroked, while receiving synchronous tactile stroking on their physical body, they feel as if the virtual body were their own and they experience, subjectively, to… CONTINUE READING

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