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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, 12:47 by Davide Filingeri, Bernard Redortier, Simon HodderSimon Hodder, George HavenithGeorge 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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2013

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

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