Does sensorimotor contingency theory account for perceptual-motor dissociations?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (5):991-992 (2001)
Abstract
We review studies that indicate a dissociation between the perceptual estimate and the resulting cognitive representation of given properties of a seen object, on the one hand, and the motor action exerted on the same object. We propose that there exist multiple levels of organization of sensorimotor loops and that internal models may be made accessible to one level of organization while remaining inaccessible to another level.
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