Body perception: Intersensory origins of self and other perception in newborns
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Self-perception involves integrating changes in visual, tactile, and proprioceptive stimulation from self-motion and discriminating these changes from those of other objects. Recent evidence suggests even newborns discriminate synchronous from asynchronous visual-tactile stimulation to their own body, a foundation for self-perception. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.
Bahrick, L. E., "Body perception: Intersensory origins of self and other perception in newborns" (2013). Department of Psychology. 120.
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