A FRESH Look at Sensory Attenuation: Action-Effect Anticipation Impacts Sensitivity, Not Response Bias It is tough to tickle oneself. Anticipating our own touch can result in sensory attenuation-filtering out unneeded details from our environment-reducing our touch perception. Outcomes of a new research demonstrate sensory attenuation predicated on learned arbitrary associations between movements and visual effects: Perception of visual effects is usually impaired when the effects are due to an actions habitually producing those results.They suggest that the low parental education among many farm workers as well as more recent immigration-which may in part reflect acculturation-negatively have an effect on their children’s health insurance status. These social drawbacks may warrant increased initiatives to enroll and retain eligible kids in medical health insurance programs. Outreach efforts would need to consider other barriers that impede insurance retention and enrollment, such as the complexity of applications, language barriers, the inaccessibility of enrollment sites in rural areas and parents’ fear of using services or misunderstanding of eligibility suggestions, they conclude. Attempts to address disparities in medical health insurance for farm workers’ children can lead to better access to health care and better health.