- A term used to denote a variant of the group of * motor illusions characterized by a mispercep-tion of limb position due to the forces generated by that limb against a force that moves it in the opposite direction. For example, if a subject is given the task of generating a changing isometric force against a force that is flexing the limb, the limb will be perceived as being flexed more than it actually is.ReferencesJones, L.A. (1988). Motor illusions: What do they reveal about proprioception? Psychological Bulletin, 103, 72-86.
Dictionary of Hallucinations. J.D. Blom. 2010.
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