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I Feel what You Feel if You Are Similar to Me

Valerie L.
Martinez, CA
Post #: 8
The way we perceive others can influence our sense of touch. Vision can have a big influence on how the brain processes tactile stimuli and how we perceive our own bodies. This research suggests there may be a link between the areas of the brain subserving the senses of touch and vision.


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