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Fein D (1987) Systematic misidentification of toes in normal adults. Neuropsychologia, 25(1, 2):293-294      
This note reports a previously unreported phenomenon: when subjects are asked to indicate subjective correspondence between fingers and toes, there is a remarkably systematic mis- correspondence, consistent across subjects. No satisfactory explanation for these findings has been found