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The role of decreasing contact temperatures in the perception of wetness on the skin

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posted on 15.03.2013 by Davide Filingeri, Bernard Redortier, Simon Hodder, George Havenith
Previous studies have indicated that the perception of wetness on the skin results from the integration of the somatosensory sub-modalities of touch and temperature [1]. However, how these inputs interact to evoke this synthetic perception is still unclear [2].

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FILINGERI, D. ... et al., 2013. The role of decreasing contact temperatures in the perception of wetness on the skin. IN: Cotter, J.D., Lucas, S.J.E. and Mundel, T. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics, Queenstown, New Zealand, 11-15 February 2013, p. 174.

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This is a conference paper. The Environmental Ergonomics website is at: http://www.environmental-ergonomics.org/

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