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Snijders HJ, Holmes NP, Spence C (2007) Direction-dependent integration of vision and proprioception in reaching under the influence of the mirror illusion. Neuropsychologia, 45(3):496-505        
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1. Burnett CT (1904) Studies in the influence of abnormal position upon the motor impulse. Psychological Review, 11(6):370-394
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2. Ehrsson HH, Holmes NP, Passingham RE (2005a) Touching a rubber hand: Feeling of body ownership is associated with activity in multisensory brain areas. Journal of Neuroscience, 25(45):10564-10573
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3. Ehrsson HH, Spence C, Passingham RE (2004) That's my hand! Activity in premotor cortex reflects feeling of ownership of a limb. Science, 305(5685):875-877
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4. Ernst MO, B├╝lthoff HH (2004) Merging the senses into a robust percept. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8(4):162-169
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5. Holmes NP, Snijders HJ, Spence C (2006b) Reaching with alien limbs: Visual exposure to prosthetic hands in a mirror biases proprioception without accompanying illusions of ownership. Perception & Psychophysics, 68(4):685-701
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6. Holmes NP, Crozier G, Spence C (2004a) When mirrors lie: 'Visual capture' of arm position impairs reaching performance. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 4(2):193-200
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7. Holmes NP, Spence C (2005a) Visual bias of unseen hand position with a mirror: Spatial and temporal factors. Experimental Brain Research, 166(3-4):489-497
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8. Nielsen TI (1963) Volition: A new experimental approach. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 4(1):225-230
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9. Pavani F, Spence C, Driver J (2000) Visual capture of touch: Out-of-the-body experiences with rubber gloves. Psychological Science, 11(5):353-359
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10. Ramachandran VS, Rogers-Ramachandran D, Cobb S (1995) Touching the phantom limb. Nature, 377(6549):489-490
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11. Sullivan R (1969) Experimentally induced somatagnosia. Archives of General Psychiatry, 20(1):71-77
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12. van Beers RJ, Sittig AC, Denier van der Gon JJ (1999) Integration of proprioceptive and visual position-information: An experimentally supported model. Journal of Neurophysiology, 81(3):1355-1364
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13. Wann JP, Ibrahim SF (1992) Does limb proprioception drift? Experimental Brain Research, 91(1):162-166
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14. Welch RB (1972) The effect of experienced limb identity upon adaptation to simulated displacement of the visual field. Perception & Psychophysics, 12(6):453-456
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