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A variation on the rubber hand paradigm creates a striking illusion in which it seems to the participant that she or he is feeling touch through glass. This illusion provides insight about how individuals make use of predictive signals for integrating vision and touch.

Original publication

DOI

10.1177/2041669517731114

Type

Journal article

Journal

Iperception

Publication Date

09/2017

Volume

8

Keywords

body representation, predictive signals, rubber hand illusion, tactile congruency