Gabor Hegedüs

Gabor Hegedüs
University of Pécs | PTE · Medical School (ÁOK)

PhD

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The rubber hand illusion (RHI) and its variant the invisible hand illusion (IHI) are useful for investigating multisensory aspects of bodily self-consciousness. Here, we explored whether auditory conditioning during an RHI could enhance the trisensory visuo-tactile-proprioceptive interaction underlying the IHI. Our paradigm comprised of an IHI sess...
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The aim of this study is to explore individual capacity for self-integration, susceptibility to the Rubber Hand Illusion (RHI) and the role of temperament factors in the emergence of body schema and body image dissociation. The RHI factors, proprioceptive drift, body ownership and body disownership were assessed in 48 university students. Personali...
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Accumulating evidence shows that manipulations of cortical body representation, for example, by simply viewing one's own body, can relieve pain in healthy subjects. Despite the widespread use of the rubber hand illusion (RHI) as an effective experimental tool for the manipulation of bodily awareness, previous studies examining the analgesic effect...
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Az alábbi összefoglaló BOTVINICK és COHEN (1998) a testélményzavarok diagnosztikájában szerzett tapasztalatai alapján konstruált „Műkéz Illúziót“ mutatja be. A testélmény kiindulópontja a személyes szenzomotoros tapasztalatokból származó testséma, mely a testképpel való integrációban hozza létre az identitás és a sajáttestélmény ötvözetét. Adódnak...
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Various psychological interventions are in use under clinical settings not only to relieve pain, but also to contribute to the treatment of any condition requiring the application of cognitive methods. In addition to the clinical and rehabilitational use of psychological in- terventions for pain reduction, placebo analgesia is also a more and mor...

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