rubber hand illusion
   A term used to denote a variant of the body schema illusion which is characterized by tactile hallucinations in one's hand while a visually presented rubber hand is being stroked. The resulting hallucinations have been interpreted as confirmation of the apparent primacy of the visual system over the tactile system.
   References
   Cooke, E.A.G., O'Regan, J.K. (2006). Size-manipulation of the body-schema using the rubber hand illusion. Journal of Vision,6, 862, 862a.

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