All Relations between Illusions and affective value

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Maria Pyasik, Elisabetta Fortunato, Olga Dal Monte, Selene Schintu, Francesca Garbarini, Tommaso Ciorli, Lorenzo Pi. Self-other distinction modulates the social softness illusion. Psychological research vol 86 issue 4 2022 34173060 the social softness illusion (i.e., the tendency to perceive another person's skin as softer than our own) is thought to promote the sharing of social-emotional experiences because of the rewarding properties of receiving and giving social affective touch. 2022-05-11 2022-05-12 Not clear
Sarah H Creem-Regehr, Brandon S Payne, Kristina M Rand, Grace Hanse. Scaling space with the mirror illusion: the influence of body plasticity on perceived affordances. Psychonomic bulletin & review vol 21 issue 2 2015 24129503 we developed a novel paradigm using the mirror illusion (holmes, crozier, & spence, in cognitive, affective, & behavioral neuroscience, 4, 193-200, 2004) to examine two ways of evoking body plasticity-extension of body capabilities and visual capture-and its influence on perceived affordances. 2015-11-02 2022-06-13 Not clear