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Proprioceptive drift in the rubber hand illusion is intensified following 1 Hz TMS of the left EBA
The rubber hand illusion (RHI) is a paradigm used to induce an illusory feeling of owning a dummy hand through congruent multisensory stimulation. Thus, it can grant insights into how our brain represents our body as our ...
Minimal self-models and the free energy principle
The term “minimal phenomenal selfhood” (MPS) describes the basic, pre-reflective experience of being a self (Blanke and Metzinger, 2009). Theoretical accounts of the minimal self have long recognized the importance and the ...
Predicting the Response to Non-invasive Brain Stimulation in Stroke
Neuromodulatory non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques are experimental therapies for improving motor function after stroke. The aim of neuromodulation is to enhance adaptive or suppress maladaptive processes of ...
Electricity as a Medium of Psychic Life
Electrotechnological Adventures into Psychodiagnosis in Weimar Germany
Argument When electricity became a commodity in 1900, it furnished Germany with new attractions and revolutionized everyday life with all kinds of tools and gadgets; it also opened up a new space for investigating ...
Controlling for Placebo Effects in Computerized Cognitive Training Studies With Healthy Older Adults From 2016-2018: Systematic Review
Background: Computerized cognitive training has been proposed as a potential solution to age-related cognitive decline.However, published findings from evaluation studies of cognitive training games, including metastudies ...
Lesion-symptom mapping of language impairments in patients suffering from left perisylvian gliomas
Brain tumors cause local structural impairments of the cerebral network. Moreover, brain tumors can also affect functional brain networks more distant from the lesion. In this study, we analyzed the impact of glioma WHO ...
Triceps Surae Muscle-Tendon Unit Properties in Preadolescent Children: A Comparison of Artistic Gymnastic Athletes and Non-athletes
Knowledge regarding the effects of athletic training on the properties of muscle and tendon in preadolescent children is scarce. The current study compared Achilles tendon stiffness, plantar flexor muscle strength and ...