The impact of gain change on perceiving one's own actions

  title={The impact of gain change on perceiving one's own actions},
  author={Christine Sutter and Jochen M{\"u}sseler and Laszlo Bardos and Rafael Ballagas and Jan O. Borchers},
  booktitle={Mensch & Computer},
Tool use often challenges the human motor system, especially when these tools require sensorimotor transformations. We report an experiment using a digitizer tablet, in which different gains are introduced between the hand movement (proximal effect) and the intended action effect presented on a display (distal effect). The question is how one’s own movements are perceived in this situation. With regard to an action-effect account movements are represented and controlled by anticipating the… CONTINUE READING

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