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How would it be to have the body of a child again? Changes in perception and behaviors demonstrated when embodying a child avatar

New research suggests that a correlate of a body-ownership illusion is that the virtual type of body carries with it a set of temporary changes in perception and behaviors that are appropriate to that type of body.
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