I was completely fascinated towards the end of chapter 6 of our book "See What I'm Saying". The "rubber hand illusion" shows exactly how our minds can be manipulated by stimuli. In this experiment we trick our brains into thinking the rubber hand put forth in front of us is actually our own after feeling our true hand being stroked while watching the rubber hand also being stroked. While researching this topic further I came across an article of the same experiment but instead they use autistic individuals to try to better understand autism. Autistic people have a hard time with social and sensory and it is still unclear why that is. Researchers believe they can use this experiment to lead them to a better understanding of how the brain works in people with autism. The article is attached below.