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Development of multisensory spatial integration and perception in humans

Developmental Science

Aug 17, 2006

Patricia A NeilShinsuke Shimojo

Abstract

Previous studies have shown that adults respond faster and more reliably to bimodal compared to unimodal localization cues. The current study investigated for the first time the development of audiovisual (A-V) integration in spatial localization behavior in infants between 1 and 10 mon...read more

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Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Diagnostic Radiology Modality
Reaction Time
Visual Perception
Cercopithecidae
Platyrrhini
Acoustic Stimulation
Eye Movements
Midline Cell Component
Summation (Function)
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Development of multisensory spatial integration and perception in humans

Developmental Science

Aug 17, 2006

Patricia A NeilShinsuke Shimojo

PMID: 16911447

DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7687.2006.00512.x

Abstract

Previous studies have shown that adults respond faster and more reliably to bimodal compared to unimodal localization cues. The current study investigated for the first time the development of audiovisual (A-V) integration in spatial localization behavior in infants between 1 and 10 mon...read more

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Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Diagnostic Radiology Modality
Reaction Time
Visual Perception
Cercopithecidae
Platyrrhini
Acoustic Stimulation
Eye Movements
Midline Cell Component
Summation (Function)
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1

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