Shared electrophysiology mechanisms of body ownership and motor imagery

@article{Evans2013SharedEM,
  title={Shared electrophysiology mechanisms of body ownership and motor imagery},
  author={Nathan Evans and Olaf Blanke},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2013},
  volume={64},
  pages={216-28}
}
Although we feel, see, and experience our hands as our own (body or hand ownership), recent research has shown that illusory hand ownership can be induced for fake or virtual hands and may be useful for neuroprosthetics and brain-computer interfaces. Despite the vast amount of behavioral data on illusory hand ownership, neuroimaging studies are rare, in particular electrophysiological studies. Thus, while the neural systems underlying hand ownership are relatively well described, the spectral… CONTINUE READING
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