Wundt's views on sensations of innervation: a reevaluation.

@article{Ross1981WundtsVO,
  title={Wundt's views on sensations of innervation: a reevaluation.},
  author={Helen E. Ross and K Bischof},
  journal={Perception},
  year={1981},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={319-29}
}
It is sometimes stated that Wundt believed in the primacy of 'sensations of innervation' in the control of eye and limb position, to the exclusion of afferent feedback. Wundt's own statements on the subject are traced through the six editions of the Grundzüge: he believed that sensations of innervation were a contributory factor along with peripheral feedback; but in the fourth edition he dropped the term and subsumed them under 'central sensations of senses', because increased… CONTINUE READING