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Table of Contents
Newport, Disownership and Disembodiment of the Real Limb without Visuo-proprioceptive Mismatch. Zopf, The Influence of Body-ownership Cues on Tactile Sensitivity. Downing, The Role of Occipitotemporal Body-selective Regions in Person Perception. Preston, Differential Effects of Perceived Hand Location on the Disruption of Embodiment by Apparent Physical Encroachment of the Limb. Hartmann, Imagined Paralysis Impairs Embodied Spatial Transformations. Mohamed, Combined Effects of Attention and Inversion on Event Related Potentials to Human Bodies and Faces. Holle, Proprioceptive Drift without Illusions of Ownership for Rotated Hands in the 'Rubber Hand Illusion' Paradigm. Jackson, On the Functional Anatomy of the Urge-for-action.
Stephen R. Jackson, University of Nottingham, UK
Laurel J. Buxbaum, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute, USA
H. Branch Coslett, University of Pennsylvania, USA
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