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Gamified visuomotor adaptation
Previous research showed that humans can rapidly adapt movements to adjust for changing feedback. There is a discussion what part of this adaptation is conscious adjustment and what is implicit. The first one is context-dependent, and the second one is transferrable between context and tasks. In this study we shift the focus of participants by gamification to enhance implicit component of adaptation. B.Sc./M.Sc.Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
Full body illusion: perceiving self out of own body based on visual-haptic experience.
Full body illusion is an extended version of a rubber hand illusion. When one observes self through a camera and at the same time sees and feels an experimenter touch on a shoulder or back, one might shift the perception of self from towards the viewed body. We investigate how does this illusion influence position of self in visual space. B.Sc./M.Sc.Prof. Zimmermann/ Dr. Kartashova
What is your hand doing when nobody sees it?
We have a clear sense of where our limbs are in space. Is it, however, possible to shape the spatial representation of our hand? A major advantage of using a virtual reality setup is that we can create an illusion by establishing a discrepancy between perceived proprioceptive and visual information. Unbeknownst to the participant, we manipulate the body schema to explore how the spatial representation of the hand can be tricked. B.Sc./M.Sc.Prof. Zimmermann/ Maryvonne Granowski
How is the clock in your brain ticking?
If you want to grasp a moving target, you not only have to predict the future positions of the object but also when and to which location you have to perform an arm movement. We dig a little bit deeper into how time is coded in the brain to fulfil this action. In a virtual reality setup, we modify the temporal estimation of a motor action and investigate whether there are different effects for near space (where objects are reachable) and far space.B.Sc./M.Sc.Prof. Zimmermann/ Maryvonne Granowski
Why can’t we tickle ourselves? Temporal adaptation of self-touching.B.Sc./M.Sc.Prof. Zimmermann/ Maryvonne Granowski
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