First paper - 1. Does thoughts that are consistent with...

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1. Does thoughts that are consistent with action induce the sense that one has caused the action? If so, to what extent 2. Independent Variables : consistency/presence of previews, timing of instruction, occurrence of participant’s own movement, type of instruction, Dependent variables : level of perceived control of the observed hand, SCR 3. Consistency/presence of previews : through a tape of instructions that was played to the participant through a headphone. Instructions either correlated with action, did not correlate with action or there were no instructions at all. Timing of instructions : participants were given no instructions, simultaneous instructions that was given at the same time as the movement, early instructions (3s before movement) or late instructions (3s after movement) in headphones. Occurrence of participant’s own movement : Participants are asked to either mimic the instructions subtly or lightly tap their hands against their legs each time they hear an instruction. Experimenter was able to detect and
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