The body schema and multisensory representation(s) of peripersonal space

@article{Holmes2004TheBS,
  title={The body schema and multisensory representation(s) of peripersonal space},
  author={Nicholas P. Holmes and Charles Spence},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={94-105}
}
To guide the movement of the body through space, the brain must constantly monitor the position and movement of the body in relation to nearby objects. The effective piloting of the body to avoid or manipulate objects in pursuit of behavioural goals requires an integrated neural representation of the body (the ‘body schema’) and of the space around the body (‘peripersonal space’). In the review that follows, we describe and evaluate recent results from neurophysiology, neuropsychology, and… CONTINUE READING
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