Table 1 Median values and interquartile ranges (IQRs) for each question in experiments one and three.

From: Owning the body in the mirror: The effect of visual perspective and mirror view on the full-body illusion

Question Experiment One: Median (IQR) Experiment Three: Median (IQR)
Mirror sync Mirror async Non-mirror sync Non-mirror async Mirror sync Mirror async 1pp sync 1pp async
I seemed to feel the touch given to the mannequin 2 (0.25–3) −.5 (−2.75–1.75) 1.5 (−0.75–2) −2 (−3–1.75) 2 (1.25–3) −0.5 (−3–1) 2 (1.25–3) 0.5 (−2–2)
It seemed as though the touch I felt was caused by the stick touching the mannequin’s body 1 (−1–2) −1 (−3–1) 1 (−1–2) −2 (−2.75–0) 1.5 (1–3) 0 (−2–1.75) 2 (1–3) 0 (−2–1.75)
It felt like the mannequin’s body was my body 1.5 (−1–2) −2 (−3–−1) −0.5 (−2–1.75) −3 (−3–−2) 2 (0.25–2) −2 (−3–0.75) 2 (1–2.75) 0.5 (−2–2.75)
I felt like I had two bodes (at the same time) 0.5 (−1–2) −2 (−3–1) 0 (−2–1) −2 (−3–−1) −2 (−3–0) −2 (−3–1) −0.5 (−2.75–1) −1.5 (−3–1)
It felt as if my body had turned into a plastic body −0.5 (−2–1) −1.5 (−3–0) −1 (−2.75–0) −3 (−3–−2) −1 (−3–1) −2 (−3–0.75) −0.5 (−3–2) −2 (−3–1)
I felt like I was looking in a mirror 1.5 (0–3) 0.5 (−2.75–1) 0 (−2–2) −2 (−3–−1.25) 2 (0–3) −0.5 (−2–1.75) −2 (−3–1) −2 (−3–−1.25)
It felt as if the body I saw belonged to someone else −1 (−1.75–1) 2 (1–3) 1.5 (0–2) 2 (2–3) −1 (−2–1.75) 2 (−0.75–2.75) −1.5 (−2–1) 1 (−2–2)
  1. 1pp = first-person perspective.