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Multisensory interactions follow the hands across the midline: evidence from a non-spatial visual-tactile congruency task.

Abstract:

Crossing the hands over, whether across the body midline or with respect to each other, leads to measurable changes in spatial compatibility, spatial attention, and frequently to a general decrement in discrimination performance for tactile stimuli. The majority of multisensory crossed hands effects, however, have been demonstrated with explicit or implicit spatial discrimination tasks, raising the question of whether non-spatial discrimination tasks also show spatial effects when the hands a...

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Holmes, NP More by this author
Sanabria, D More by this author
Calvert, GA More by this author
Journal:
Brain research
Volume:
1077
Issue:
1
Pages:
108-115
Publication date:
2006-03-05
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EISSN:
1872-6240
ISSN:
0006-8993
URN:
uuid:7bb2a0f4-9246-42f0-b21d-407df862b397
Source identifiers:
22242
Local pid:
pubs:22242

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