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000186856 245__ $$aPosing for awareness: Proprioception modulates access to visual consciousness in a continuous flash suppression task
000186856 269__ $$a2013
000186856 260__ $$aRockville$$bAssociation for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology$$c2013
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000186856 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000186856 520__ $$aThe rules governing the selection of which sensory information reaches consciousness are yet unknown. Of our senses, vision is often considered to be the dominant sense, and the effects of bodily senses, such as proprioception, on visual consciousness are frequently overlooked. Here, we demonstrate that the position of the body influences visual consciousness. We induced perceptual suppression by using continuous flash suppression. Participants had to judge the orientation a target stimulus embedded in a task-irrelevant picture of a hand. The picture of the hand could either be congruent or incongruent with the participants' actual hand position. When the viewed and the real hand positions were congruent, perceptual suppression was broken more rapidly than during incongruent trials. Our findings provide the first evidence of a proprioceptive bias in visual consciousness, suggesting that proprioception not only influences the perception of one's own body and self-consciousness, but also visual consciousness.
000186856 6531_ $$aconsciousness
000186856 6531_ $$aproprioception
000186856 6531_ $$abodily consciousness
000186856 6531_ $$acontinuous flash suppression
000186856 700__ $$0245162$$aSalomon, Roy$$g209116
000186856 700__ $$aLim, Melanie
000186856 700__ $$0241247$$aHerbelin, Bruno$$g146265
000186856 700__ $$aHesselmann, Guido
000186856 700__ $$0240593$$aBlanke, Olaf$$g165806
000186856 773__ $$j13$$k7$$tJournal of vision
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