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Physiological mechanisms of visually-induced kinesthetic illusion and its clinical applications in stroke rehabilitation
Kinesthetic illusion is a psychological state in which a person feels as if his or her own body is moving, despite of it being stationary. We investigated cerebral network activation during kinesthetic illusion induced by visual stimuli. In this review paper, we report cerebral network activity that was demonstrated by functional magnetic resonance imaging, during kinesthetic illusion induced by visual stimuli. Except for the primary motor cortex, motor association areas showed higher activitydoi:10.3951/biomechanisms.23.97 fatcat:pudcprlasbab3etrv4fkenkdra