Multisensory integration: Attending to seen and felt hands

D P Carey

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Abstract

The neglect of one side of space exhibited by some brain-damaged patients can be ameliorated by cueing the patient to the neglected side of space. A related effect has been found to depend on the hand being seen and felt at the same time. The results add to a growing literature on somatosensory-visual interactions.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
JournalCurrent Biology
Volume10
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Keywords

  • SPACE

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Multisensory integration: Attending to seen and felt hands. / Carey, D P .

In: Current Biology, Vol. 10, 2000.

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