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Has there been any research on how our sense of where our limbs are relatively to our body informs our spatial reasoning?

For example, I think people might be more successful at hitting a nail with a hammer if they lay the hammer on the nail before because the length of their hand gives them information on how distant the nail is.

I'd argue updating the cognitive model of space with information from this sense is an important part because one can better their hit even when they just hold their other hand next to the nail.

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