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Abstract

The goals of this study were to examine the visual information influence on body sway as a function of self- and object-motion perception and visual information quality. Participants that were aware (object-motion) and unaware (self-motion) of the movement of a moving room were asked to stand upright at five different distances from its frontal wall. The visual information effect on body sway decreased when participants were aware about the sensory manipulation. Moreover, while the visual influence on body sway decreased as the distance increased in the self-motion perception, no effects were observed in the object-motion mode. The overall results indicate that postural control system functioning can be altered by prior knowledge, and adaptation due to changes in sensory quality seem to occur in the self- but not in the object-motion perception mode. © 2004 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Freitas Júnior, P. B., & Barela, J. A. (2004). Postural control as a function of self- and object-motion perception. Neuroscience Letters, 369(1), 64–68. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neulet.2004.07.075

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