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Characterizing first and third person viewpoints and their alternation for embodied interaction in virtual reality

Herbelin. Roy Salomon was supported by an Israeli Science foundation grant, ISF 1169/17 2 Immersive Interaction Group, Ecole Polytechnique Fe de rale de Lausanne , Lausanne , Switzerland 3 Editor: Michel ... SNFS project ªImmersive Embodied Interactions in Virtual Environmentsº NÊ 200021_140910. Roy Salomon was supported by an Israeli Science foundation grant (ISF 1169/17). Author Contributions

The brain network reflecting bodily self-consciousness: a functional connectivity study

Several brain regions are important for processing self-location and first-person perspective, two important aspects of bodily self-consciousness. However, the interplay between these regions has not been clarified. In addition, while self-location and first-person perspective in healthy subjects are associated with bilateral activity in temporoparietal junction (TPJ), disturbed ...

Crossing the Hands Increases Illusory Self-Touch

Manipulation of hand posture, such as crossing the hands, has been frequently used to study how the body and its immediately surrounding space are represented in the brain. Abundant data show that crossed arms posture impairs remapping of tactile stimuli from somatotopic to external space reference frame and deteriorates performance on several tactile processing tasks. Here we ...

Self-Motion Holds a Special Status in Visual Processing

Agency plays an important role in self-recognition from motion. Here, we investigated whether our own movements benefit from preferential processing even when the task is unrelated to self-recognition, and does not involve agency judgments. Participants searched for a moving target defined by its known shape among moving distractors, while continuously moving the computer mouse ...

Involvement of the Intrinsic/Default System in Movement-Related Self Recognition

The question of how people recognize themselves and separate themselves from the environment and others has long intrigued philosophers and scientists. Recent findings have linked regions of the ‘default brain’ or ‘intrinsic system’ to self-related processing. We used a paradigm in which subjects had to rely on subtle sensory-motor synchronization differences to determine whether a ...