All Relations between Illusions and multisensory interaction

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R\\xc3\\xa9mi Th\\xc3\\xa9riault, Mathieu Landry, Amir Ra. The Rubber Hand Illusion: Top-down attention modulates embodiment. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) vol 75 issue 11 2022 35073801 this illusion largely rests on bottom-up (automatic multisensory and perceptual integration) mechanisms. 2022-09-27 2022-09-29 Not clear
R\\xc3\\xa9mi Th\\xc3\\xa9riault, Mathieu Landry, Amir Ra. The Rubber Hand Illusion: Top-down attention modulates embodiment. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) vol 75 issue 11 2022 35073801 the rubber hand illusion (rhi) creates distortions of body ownership through multimodal integration of somatosensory and visual inputs. 2022-09-27 2022-09-29 Not clear
Marie Chancel, H Henrik Ehrsson, Wei Ji M. Uncertainty-based inference of a common cause for body ownership. eLife vol 11 issue 2022 36165441 we found that (1) the probability of the emergence of the rubber hand illusion increased with visual noise and was well predicted by a causal inference model involving the observer computing the probability of the visual and tactile signals coming from a common source; (2) the causal inference model outperformed a non-bayesian model involving the observer not taking into account sensory uncertainty; (3) by comparing body ownership and visuotactile synchrony detection, we found that the prior probability of inferring a common cause for the two types of multisensory percept was correlated but greater for ownership, which suggests that individual differences in rubber hand illusion can be explained at the computational level as differences in how priors are used in the multisensory integration process. 2022-09-27 2022-09-29 Not clear
Kiana Kheirkhah, Vahid Moradi, Iman Kavianpour, Saeid Farahan. Comparison of Maturity in Auditory-Visual Multisensory Processes With Sound-Induced Flash Illusion Test in Children and Adults. Cureus vol 14 issue 8 2022 36072200 comparison of maturity in auditory-visual multisensory processes with sound-induced flash illusion test in children and adults. 2022-09-08 2022-09-14 Not clear
Satoshi Shibuya, Hiroki Oosone, Yukari Ohk. Tactile temporal order judgment during rubber hand illusion: Distinct modulation of the point of subjective simultaneity and temporal resolution. Consciousness and cognition vol 105 issue 2022 36067686 during the rubber hand illusion (rhi), individuals feel a fake hand as their own (ownership) and a perceived position of their real hand shifts toward the fake hand (proprioceptive drift; pd), which represents updating of multisensory hand representations. 2022-09-06 2022-09-14 Not clear
Joice Cunningham, Alan O'Dowd, Steven P Broglio, Fiona N Newell, \\xc3\\x81ine Kelly, Ois\\xc3\\xadn Joyce, Julia Januszewski, Fiona Wilso. Multisensory perception is not influenced by previous concussion history in retired rugby union players. Brain injury vol issue 2022 35994241 to assess whether concussion history adversely affects multisensory integration, we compared susceptibility to the sound-induced flash illusion (sifi) in retired professional rugby players compared to controls. 2022-08-22 2022-08-29 Not clear
Brandy Murovec, Julia Spaniol, Jennifer L Campos, Behrang Keshavar. Enhanced vection in older adults: Evidence for age-related effects in multisensory vection experiences. Perception vol issue 2022 35942780 the illusion of self-motion (vection) is a multisensory phenomenon elicited by visual, auditory, tactile, or other sensory cues. 2022-08-09 2022-08-15 Not clear
M Chancel, H Iriye, H H Ehrsso. Causal inference of body ownership in the posterior parietal cortex. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol issue 2022 35940875 our findings suggest an important role for the posterior parietal cortex in implementing bayesian causal inference of body ownership and reveal how trial-by-trial variations in neural signatures of multisensory integration relate to the elicitation of the rubber hand illusion. 2022-08-08 2022-08-15 Not clear
M Chancel, H Iriye, H H Ehrsso. Causal inference of body ownership in the posterior parietal cortex. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol issue 2022 35940875 however, little is known about how these areas implement the multisensory integration process at the computational level and whether activity predicts illusion elicitation in individual participants on a trial-by-trial basis. 2022-08-08 2022-08-15 Not clear
Gustavo Pamplona, Quentin Gruaz, Ken Mauron, Silvio Iont. Abrupt visibility modifications affect specific subjective (not objective) aspects of body ownership. Acta psychologica vol 229 issue 2022 35870235 the rubber-hand illusion (rhi) paradigm exploits a visuo-tactile multisensory conflict to induce illusory body ownership toward a fake hand, assessed by multidimensional subjective ratings and univocal objective measurements. 2022-07-23 2022-07-25 Not clear
Mariel G Gonzales, Kristina C Backer, Yueqi Yan, Lee M Miller, Heather Bortfeld, Antoine J Shahi. Audition controls the flow of visual time during multisensory perception. iScience vol 25 issue 7 2022 35845168 herein, we introduce the audiovisual time-flow illusion in spoken language, underscoring the role of audition in multisensory processing. 2022-07-18 2022-07-19 Not clear
Sotaro Shimad. Multisensory and Sensorimotor Integration in the Embodied Self: Relationship between Self-Body Recognition and the Mirror Neuron System. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland) vol 22 issue 13 2022 35808553 this postulates that the self-body illusion is not merely an illusion caused by multisensory and/or sensorimotor integration, but is the incorporation of an external object into the self-body representation in the brain. 2022-07-09 2022-07-11 Not clear
Mel Slater, H Henrik Ehrsso. Multisensory Integration Dominates Hypnotisability and Expectations in the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35782045 multisensory integration dominates hypnotisability and expectations in the rubber hand illusion. 2022-07-05 2022-07-07 Not clear
Mel Slater, H Henrik Ehrsso. Multisensory Integration Dominates Hypnotisability and Expectations in the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35782045 furthermore, by including in the model the participants' expectancy ratings of how strongly they initially believed they would experience the rhi in the two conditions, we show that expectations had a very small effect on the illusion ratings; model comparisons further demonstrate that the multisensory condition is two-to-three-times as dominant as the other factors, with hypnotisability contributing modestly and expectations negligibly. 2022-07-05 2022-07-07 Not clear
Mel Slater, H Henrik Ehrsso. Multisensory Integration Dominates Hypnotisability and Expectations in the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35782045 thus, although the results indicate that trait suggestibility may modulate the rhi, presumably through intersubject variations in top-down factors, the findings also suggest that the primary explanation for the rhi is as a multisensory bodily illusion. 2022-07-05 2022-07-07 Not clear
Mel Slater, H Henrik Ehrsso. Multisensory Integration Dominates Hypnotisability and Expectations in the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35782045 some recent papers by p. lush and colleagues have argued that the rubber hand illusion (rhi), where participants can feel a rubber hand as their own under appropriate multisensory stimulation, may be caused mainly by hypnotic suggestibility and expectations (demand characteristics). 2022-07-05 2022-07-07 Not clear
Letizia Della Longa, Sofia Sacchetti, Teresa Farroni, Francis McGlon. Does Nice or Nasty Matter? The Intensity of Touch Modulates the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in psychology vol 13 issue 2022 35769756 the rubber hand illusion (rhi) has been extensively studied to investigate the malleability of body ownership through contrasting multisensory information. 2022-06-30 2022-07-04 Not clear
William T Leach, Jared Medin. Understanding components of embodiment: Evidence from the mirror box illusion. Consciousness and cognition vol 103 issue 2022 35751927 to better understand the phenomenology of embodiment, we used pca in the mirror box illusion to examine performance across conditions that varied in movement synchrony to examine multisensory integration and movement type to vary the amount of multisensory congruence. 2022-06-25 2022-06-27 Not clear
Antonella Maselli, Pablo Lanillos, Giovanni Pezzul. Active inference unifies intentional and conflict-resolution imperatives of motor control. PLoS computational biology vol 18 issue 6 2022 35714105 however, recent studies in conditions of multisensory conflict, such as when a subject experiences the rubber hand illusion or embodies an avatar in virtual reality, reveal the presence of unconscious movements that are not goal-directed, but rather aim at resolving multisensory conflicts; for example, by aligning the position of a person's arm with that of an embodied avatar. 2022-06-17 2022-06-20 Not clear
Elena Panagiotopoulou, Laura Crucianelli, Alessandra Lemma, Aikaterini Fotopoulo. Identifying with the beautiful: Facial attractiveness effects on unisensory and multisensory self-other distinction. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006) vol 75 issue 7 2022 34609225 across two experiments, we used the enfacement illusion to investigate the effect of others' attractiveness in the multisensory perception of the self. 2022-05-23 2022-06-13 Not clear
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