You Are What You Touch: How Tool Use Changes the Brain’s Representations of the Body: Scientific American

You Are What You Touch: How Tool Use Changes the Brain’s Representations of the Body: Scientific American.

And the world in the 10 directions will be your body.

One of the constant puzzles here is: “How do you know WHAT is your body?”

This article sheds some light on our body perceptions, and the many certain certainties we take for granted.

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