Was it me or was it you? How the sense of agency originates from ideomotor learning revealed by fMRI

@article{Spengler2009WasIM,
  title={Was it me or was it you? How the sense of agency originates from ideomotor learning revealed by fMRI},
  author={S. Spengler and D. V. Cramon and M. Brass},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2009},
  volume={46},
  pages={290-298}
}
One fundamental property of voluntary action is the feeling of control and causation, also referred to as self agency. Recent research suggests that the sense of agency is based on low-level, sensory-motor control processes, which compare predicted and actual action-effects. Brain imaging research revealed that the temporo-parietal junction (TPJ) plays a crucial role for signalling whether a sensory action-consequence matches the prediction or not. However, while it was assumed that sensory… Expand
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