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Sato Y., Iizuka H. & Ikegami T. (2013) Authors’ Response: From Bodily Extension to Bodily Incorporation. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 89–92. Fulltext at
Upshot: In the model simulation and the human experiment, we observed that attention shifted from a tool to a task. This was accompanied by bodily extension. However, our experiments lack a sense of bodily incorporation (the sense of ownership. Based on the valuable commentaries, we would like to discuss the necessary conditions for possible bodily incorporation in terms of redundant degrees of freedom, synchronous visual tactile stimulation, and 1/f noise.


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