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When the vibrations allow for anticipating the force to be produced: an extend to Pfister et al. (2014)

Abstract : According to the ideomotor theory, action selection is done by the mental anticipation of its perceptual consequences. If the distal information processed mainly by vision and hearing are considered essential for the representation of the action, the proximal information processed by the sense of touch and proprioception is of less importance. Recent works seem to show the opposite. Nevertheless, it is necessary to complete these results by offering a situation, more ecological, where response and effect can occur on the same effector. So, the goal of our work was to implement a more relevant spatial correspondence because to touch is not the same action that to hear or to see. To do so, participants pressed a specific key after the presentation of a stimulus. The key vibrated depending on the pressure exerted on it. In a compatible condition, high pressure on a key triggered a high vibration, while in an incompatible condition high pressure triggered a low vibration on the same effectors. As expected, the response times were faster in the compatible condition than the incompatible condition. This means that proximal information participates actively in the selection of action.
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Guillaume Thébault, Arthur-Henri Michalland, Vincent Derozier, Stéphane Chabrier, Denis Brouillet. When the vibrations allow for anticipating the force to be produced: an extend to Pfister et al. (2014). Experimental Brain Research, Springer Verlag, 2018, 236 (4), pp.1219-1223. ⟨10.1007/s00221-018-5190-x⟩. ⟨hal-02101611⟩

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