Top 20 of Illusions

Article title # Publications/# Citations

Hearing lips and seeing voices.

1976 Dec 23-30: JMacdonald; HMcGurk;

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Rubber hands 'feel' touch that eyes see.

1998: MBotvinick; JCohen;

146

Attention alters appearance.

2004: MCarrasco; SLing; SRead;

110

Illusion and well-being: a social psychological perspective on mental health.

1988: JDBrown; SETaylor;

109

The contribution of muscle afferents to kinaesthesia shown by vibration induced illusions of movement and by the effects of paralysing joint afferents.

1972: GMGoodwin; PBMatthews; DIMcCloskey;

97

Illusory contours and cortical neuron responses.

1984: GBaumgärtner; EPeterhans; Rvon der Heydt;

63

Recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity.

2004: WFujisaki; MKashino; SNishida; SShimojo;

62

THE BRAIN'S RECORD OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL EXPERIENCE. A FINAL SUMMARY AND DISCUSSION.

1963: WPenfield; PPerot;

61

Illusory conjunctions in the perception of objects.

1982: HSchmidt; ATreisman;

55

Space and time in visual context.

2007: PDayan; AHsu; OSchwartz;

51

Kinaesthetic role of muscle afferents in man, studied by tendon vibration and microneurography.

1982: JPRoll; JPVedel;

50

If I were you: perceptual illusion of body swapping.

2008: HHEhrsson; VIPetkova;

47

Touching a rubber hand: feeling of body ownership is associated with activity in multisensory brain areas.

2005: HHEhrsson; NPHolmes; REPassingham;

47

Neural correlates of auditory-visual stimulus onset asynchrony detection.

2001: KOBushara; JGrafman; MHallett;

46

Video ergo sum: manipulating bodily self-consciousness.

2007: OBlanke; BLenggenhager; TMetzinger; TTadi;

45

The experimental induction of out-of-body experiences.

2007: HHEhrsson;

42

Visual capture of touch: out-of-the-body experiences with rubber gloves.

2000: JDriver; FPavani; CSpence;

42

The cognitive neuroscience of constructive memory.

1998: WKoutstaal; KANorman; DLSchacter;

41

My body in the brain: a neurocognitive model of body-ownership.

2009: MTsakiris;

39

An evolving view of duplex vision: separate but interacting cortical pathways for perception and action.

2004: MAGoodale; DAWestwood;

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