2017 年 22 巻 1 号 p. 81-90
Previous studies of the recognition process of self-attribution conducted that it is mainly caused by congruence between visual and proprioceptive information, and congruence between visual and efferent information, but the studies did not declare which plays the primary role in the process during the voluntary movements. We conducted a user study that distinguishes proprioceptive information and efferent information. Subjects experienced active handle movements to control a graphical object displayed on a screen. The rotation speed had been modified to make mismatch between visual and proprioceptive information. The result indicates that efferent information plays a primary role in the recognition process of self-attribution.