Prism adaptation in patients with lesions to the intraparietal cortex: differential effects on visual and proprioceptive components.
Visual adaptation to laterally displacing prisms has long been used to induce sensorimotor conflict in order to investigate multisensory integration.(1) When pointing toward a target viewed through lateral displacing prisms, there is an initial error in pointing, and misalignment between visual and propriceptive reference frames; but repeated trials result in adaptation, with re-alignement of vision and proprioception and accurate pointing. After removing the prisms, prism adaptation (PA) can...Expand abstract
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