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When two different images are presented separately to each eye, one experiences smooth transitions between them-a phenomenon called binocular rivalry. Previous studies have shown that exposure to signals from other senses can enhance the access of stimulation-congruent images to conscious perception. However, despite our ability to infer perceptual consequences from bodily movements, evidence that action can have an analogous influence on visual awareness is scarce and mainly limited to handdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0250905 pmid:33945563 pmcid:PMC8096117 fatcat:n7r3snfxmjg7hgkenmb73ymkka