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ExperimentOverview and hypothesisTwelve participants were recruited. This sample size estimate was based on the substantial impact sizes obtained in Experiment ; we as a result reduced the sample size to that which has been adopted for comparable RHI experiments (e.g Botvinick Cohen, ; Folegatti et al ; Morgan et al ). All participants have been na e as regards the RHI experiment, all gave informed consent, and all have been given a modest remuneration for their participation. All had regular or correctedtonormal vision, and no identified tactile deficits. This study was approved by the Department of Psychology Ethics Committee, National Taiwan University.Experimental setup, style, procedure, and questionnaireIn Experimentsand , we asked participants to price ownership items and disownership items adopted from Longo et al.and to indicate OT. For Experiment , three principal changes have been created. Initially, due to the fact Longo et al. didn't include things like control items, and to be able to determine no matter whether the manner in which ownershipStimuli and procedures have been incredibly significantly the same as those employed in Experimentsand . The vital differences were as follows: initial, we gave participants two questionnaires. 1 was the exact same as that utilized previously, when the other (Appendix) contained handle items and alternative formulations of questionnaire products (Preston,). The order from the two questionnaires was counterbalanced amongst participants. Second, rather than employing a to + , ; Golachowska et al ; Hsu and Prekeris,). Recent research have shown that Likert scale, we made use of an point,numerical scale. The intent here was disambiguation: one example is, on the commonly employed Likert scale a selection nearmight be interpreted as suggesting that the participant knowledgeable nothing. But when the numerical scale only contains optimistic numbers, a selection close to the midpoint more clearly indicates affirmation that an illusion encounter occurred. As a way to time the illusion, participants had been asked to step down around the right pedal as soon as they knowledgeable the illusion start and also the left foot pedal as soonLane et al. Cognitive Study: Principles and Implications:Pageofas the illusion vanished (Fig. b). They have been also told to repeat this process in the event the illusion started again. The difference between the time points when the two pedals were pressed was calculated because the duration [t(left pedal) t(right pedal)], and also the sum of those durations was indexed as the ID.Results for ExperimentIllusion durationWe employed mean . SD as the cutoff criteria and no participants had to be excluded from followup analyses. We performed a onewa.What form of illusion to count on, we focused a lot more straight around the disownership hypothesis. Again working with the Longo et al.questionnaire in conjunction with OT measurements, we confirmed that participants could each clearly determine the kind of belonging experience and indicate the moment of disownership or ownership onset. Moreover, these OT outcomes drastically correlated with responses to questionnaire products. In sum, Experimentresults indicate that OT for each disownership and ownership considerably correlate with questionnaire responses, that disownership and ownership correlate with one particular a further, and that the earlier the onset of either illusion, the additional vivid the knowledge, for each forms of belonging practical experience. A D them based on their dynamic range, computed on cRPKM following single was the same as that utilised previously, when the other (Appendix) contained control things and alternative formulations of questionnaire things (Preston,).