The relative timing of active and passive touch

@article{Winter2008TheRT,
  title={The relative timing of active and passive touch},
  author={R. Winter and V. Harrar and M. Goździk and L. Harris},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1242},
  pages={54-58}
}
  • R. Winter, V. Harrar, +1 author L. Harris
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain Research
  • Tactile stimulation usually occurs as a combination of an active movement (reaching out to touch a surface) and a sensation (actually feeling the surface against the skin). The brain has information about the active component (the motor command) before it occurs because of efference copy, while the passive component must be transduced before it can be processed. Since the active and passive tactile components are available to the brain at different times, determining the time of touch requires… CONTINUE READING

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