peripersonal

peripersonal

(pĕr″ĭ-pŭr′sŭn-ĭl)
Near the body; within arm's reach.
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Using Peripersonal Warning Signals to Orient a Driver's Gaze," Human Factors 51: 539-556, 2009.
Everyday use of the computer mouse extends peripersonal space representation.
The article's insight into the unstable nature of proprioception, self-localization, and peripersonal space in situations of pain or threat may be invaluable to dancers in these unsettling circumstances.
Those with anxiety traits were found to have larger peripersonal space.
Recent findings showed that object motor related activation is stronger when objects are seen within the peripersonal space than when they are presented out of reach (Constantini, Ambrosini, Scorolly, & Borghi, 2011; Constantini, Ambosini, Sinigaglia, & Gallese, 2011, Cardelicchio, Sinigaglia, & Constantini, 2011).
CASILE, 2009, << Mirror Neurons Differentially Encode the Peripersonal an Extrapersonal Space of Monkeys >>, Science, 324: 403-406.
An extended body space (a body with longer limbs occupies more volume than a normal body) affects also the special space surrounding our body that is called peripersonal space -- a space that when violated by objects or other people can be experienced as a threat or intimacy, depending on the context.
Among the topics are cortical and thalamic pathways for multisensory and sensorimotor interplay, multisensory integration through neural coherence, animal and human studies of spatial and temporal features of multisensory processes, the late development of multisensory integration in humans, peripersonal space as a multisensory interface for body-object interactions, the body in a multisensory world, and a multisensory perspectives on human auditory communication.
Resultando la imaginacion, como la capacidad extraordinaria en la percepcion del espacio peripersonal (burbuja invisible alrededor del cuerpo que se extiende varios centimetros a partir de la piel y en todas las direcciones y al espacio de la imaginacion), con posibles ventajas de determinar anticipadamente si una accion es o no realista.
Patients may neglect their own personal space, the peripersonal space that is within their reach, or the far space beyond their reach (Robertson & Halligan, 1999).
Los procesos de "programacion motora", es decir, la elaboracion de un plan de accion en un sistema de coordenadas espaciales determinado por nuestra percepcion del entorno y por el conocimiento preterito del modo de accion de los objetos en el espacio peripersonal, se inician mucho antes de manera inconsciente.