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Multisensory Research

A Journal of Scientific Research on All Aspects of Multisensory Processing

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  • Vibration of right dorsal neck results in the false sensory input that indicates contralateral head movement (consistent with the lengthening of right dorsal neck muscles). If during such stimulation the observer fixates a small stationary object in an otherwise dark visual field, the object will appear to move to the left, consistent with the misleading signal regarding head movement. Consistent with the oft-silent contribution of proprioceptive messages to sensory processing, the head movement itself may not be consciously perceived even if the visual motion is (Taylor and McCloskey, 1991; see Section 4.2 for details).

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