What's left of the mirror illusion when the mirror can no longer be seen? Bilateral integration of proprioceptive afferents!

Abstract

Recent data suggest that manipulating the muscle afferents of one arm affects both ipsilateral and contralateral perceptual estimates. Here, we used the mirror paradigm to study the bimanual integration of kinesthetic muscle afferents. The reflection of a moving hand in a mirror positioned in the sagittal plane creates an illusion of symmetrical bimanual… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroscience.2017.08.036

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