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000190737 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.concog.2013.08.013
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000190737 02470 $$2ISI$$a000327415100010
000190737 037__ $$aARTICLE
000190737 245__ $$aBodily ownership and self-location: Components of bodily self-consciousness
000190737 269__ $$a2013
000190737 260__ $$c2013
000190737 336__ $$aReviews
000190737 520__ $$aRecent research on bodily self-consciousness has assumed that it consists of three distinct components: the experience of owning a body (body ownership); the experience of being a body with a given location within the environment (self-location); and the experience of taking a first-person, body-centered, perspective on that environment (perspective). Here we review recent neuroimaging studies suggesting that at least two of these components-body ownership and self-location-are implemented in rather distinct neural substrates, located, respectively, in the premotor cortex and in the temporo-parietal junction. We examine these results and consider them in relation to clinical evidence from patients with altered body perception and work on a variety of multisensory, body-related illusions, such as the rubber hand illusion, the full body illusion, the body swap illusion and the enfacement illusion. We conclude by providing a preliminary synthesis of the data on bodily self-consciousness and its neural correlates.
000190737 6531_ $$aBodily self-consciousness
000190737 6531_ $$aBody representation
000190737 6531_ $$aBody ownership
000190737 6531_ $$aSelf-location
000190737 6531_ $$aMultisensory processing
000190737 700__ $$0246654$$g229807$$aSerino, Andrea
000190737 700__ $$aAlsmith, Adrian
000190737 700__ $$aCostantini, Marcello
000190737 700__ $$aMandrigin, Alisa
000190737 700__ $$aTajadura-Jimenez, Ana
000190737 700__ $$aLopez, Christophe
000190737 773__ $$j22$$tConsciousness and cognition$$k4$$q1239-1252
000190737 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/190737/files/Serino%20et%20al%20CONCOG%202013.pdf$$zn/a$$s1011732$$yn/a
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