Asynchrony in the rubber hand paradigm: Unexpected illusions following stroke
The rubber hand paradigm (Botvinick & Cohen, 1998) elicits a striking multisensory illusion. The participant views a prosthetic hand being touched by the Examiner while the participant's own hand (hidden from view) receives synchronous touch from the Examiner. Because of the correspondence between what the participant sees and feels, most participants experience a compelling illusion. It may seem to the participant that the prosthetic hand is her own hand and that she is feeling touch at the...[Show more]
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