Cortical Representation of Tactile Stickiness Evoked by Skin Contact and Glove Contact
Even when we are wearing gloves, we can easily detect whether a surface that we are touching is sticky or not. However, we know little about the similarities between brain activations elicited by this glove contact and by direct contact with our bare skin. In this functional magnetic resonance imagi...
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