Dissociations in rod bisection: The effect of viewing conditions on perception and action
Research providing evidence from patients and neurologically healthy participants has demonstrated that visual perception can dissociate from visually guided actions, and that this dissociation can be removed by reducing visual feedback to a monocular view, or by completely occluding vision. Previously we have demonstrated a similar dissociation between perception and action on a rod-bisection task. The current paper examines whether manipulating the viewing conditions can also affect this...[Show more]
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