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Caption: (A) This image show the experimental procedure of each trial (top), each block (20 trials-middle), and full experiment (two blocks-bottom). (B) This is the factorial design of the experiment: The four panels show different visuo-tactile stroking conditions. Participants lay supine and received tactile stroking on the back or leg (red dot and arrow represent tactile stroking range). Participants observed a virtual body (vertical body) and viewed visual stroking on the back or the leg as a movement of a red dot (vertical line marks the extent of visual stimulation and was not presented to participants). Note that the viewed virtual body was aligned in the same plane as the participants' body and is rotated for presentation purposes only.
Credit: Roy Solomon et al (2013) Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience
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