Sensory perception during movement in man

@article{Chapman1987SensoryPD,
  title={Sensory perception during movement in man},
  author={Caroline E Chapman and M. Catherine Bushnell and Daphne Miron and Gary H. Duncan and James P. Lund},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={68},
  pages={516-524}
}
The ability of subjects to perceive innocuous stimuli in the presence and absence of movement was evaluated using electrical stimulation of the skin. The subjective intensity of suprathreshold stimuli was unchanged during movement. Discrimination of small differences in the intensity of suprathreshold stimuli (difference thresholds) was also not altered by movement while, in the same subjects, detection thresholds were increased during movement of the stimulated arm. These results suggest that… CONTINUE READING

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