Visual bias of unseen hand position with a mirror: spatial and temporal factors

@article{Holmes2005VisualBO,
  title={Visual bias of unseen hand position with a mirror: spatial and temporal factors},
  author={Nicholas P. Holmes and Charles Spence},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={166},
  pages={489-497}
}
Two experiments examined the integration of visual and proprioceptive information concerning the location of an unseen hand, using a mirror positioned along the midsagittal plane. In experiment 1, participants tapped the fingers of both hands in synchrony, while viewing the mirror-reflection of their left hand. After 6 s, participants made reaching movements to a target with their unseen right hand behind the mirror. Reaches were accurate when visually and proprioceptively specified hand… CONTINUE READING
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