Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity

Martel M, Cardinali L, Roy AC, Farnè A (2016)
Cognitive Neuropsychology 33(1-2): 82-101.

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Over the last decades, scientists have questioned the origin of the exquisite human mastery of tools. Seminal studies in monkeys, healthy participants and brain-damaged patients have primarily focused on the plastic changes that tool-use induces on spatial representations. More recently, we focused on the modifications tool-use must exert on the sensorimotor system and highlighted plastic changes at the level of the body representation used by the brain to control our movements, i.e., the Body Schema. Evidence is emerging for tool-use to affect also more visually and conceptually based representations of the body, such as the Body Image. Here we offer a critical review of the way different tool-use paradigms have been, and should be, used to try disentangling the critical features that are responsible for tool incorporation into different body representations. We will conclude that tool-use may offer a very valuable means to investigate high-order body representations and their plasticity.
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Tool-use; body image; body schema; kinematics; peripersonal space
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2016
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Cognitive Neuropsychology
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33
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1-2
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82-101
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0264-3294, 1464-0627
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2907945

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Martel M, Cardinali L, Roy AC, Farnè A. Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 2016;33(1-2):82-101.
Martel, M., Cardinali, L., Roy, A. C., & Farnè, A. (2016). Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 33(1-2), 82-101. doi:10.1080/02643294.2016.1167678
Martel, M., Cardinali, L., Roy, A. C., and Farnè, A. (2016). Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity. Cognitive Neuropsychology 33, 82-101.
Martel, M., et al., 2016. Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 33(1-2), p 82-101.
M. Martel, et al., “Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity”, Cognitive Neuropsychology, vol. 33, 2016, pp. 82-101.
Martel, M., Cardinali, L., Roy, A.C., Farnè, A.: Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 33, 82-101 (2016).
Martel, Marie, Cardinali, Lucilla, Roy, Alice C., and Farnè, Alessandro. “Tool-use: An open window into body representation and its plasticity”. Cognitive Neuropsychology 33.1-2 (2016): 82-101.
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