Dissociations And Interactions Between Perception And Action

An important concept in neuroscience is the idea that sensory information is processed in multiple pathways for different uses. For example, in the visual system, there is strong evidence that neural systems that process visual information for use in guiding action are at least partly distinct from neural systems involved in processing visual information for perception and cognitive reasoning. Similarly, there is evidence that sensory information obtained from the hand can have differential effects on action and perception. Here, we discuss evidence for a dissociation between perception and action related to hand movement. However, first we discuss how manipulatory actions can influence perception.

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