What’s up with the rubber hand illusion? Here we clarify how our recent studies should be interpreted, and what they mean for experimental studies of embodiment. Continue reading
Category Archives: psychology
Intentional binding without intentional action: A new take on an old idea
You press a light switch and the light comes on. What could be simpler than that. But notice something. As the light comes on, you probably have a feeling that, somehow, you caused that to happen. This experience of ‘being … Continue reading
Guest blog: Phenomenological control: Response to imaginative suggestion predicts measures of mirror touch synaesthesia, vicarious pain, and the rubber hand illusion
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This is a Guest Blog written by Peter Lush, postdoctoral research at the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, and lead author on this new study. It’s all about our new preprint. A key challenge for psychological research is how to … Continue reading