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Multisensory processing in the redundant-target effect: a behavioral and event-related potential study

Perception & Psychophysics

May 1, 2005

Matthias GondanBrigitte Röder

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Participants respond more quickly to two simultaneously presented target stimuli of two different modalities (redundant targets) than would be predicted from their reaction times to the unimodal targets. To examine the neural correlates of this redundant-target effect, event-related pot...read more

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Ambidexterity
Auditory Perception
Brain
Evoked Potentials
Parietal Lobe
Visual Perception
Potentials, Event-Related
Endoscopic Retrograde Pancreatography
Sample Fixation
Electroencephalogram
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  • Multisensory processing in the redundant-target effect: a behavioral and event-related potential study

    Perception & Psychophysics

    May 1, 2005

    Matthias GondanBrigitte Röder

    PMID: 16134464

    DOI: 10.3758/bf03193527

    Abstract

    Participants respond more quickly to two simultaneously presented target stimuli of two different modalities (redundant targets) than would be predicted from their reaction times to the unimodal targets. To examine the neural correlates of this redundant-target effect, event-related pot...read more

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    Ambidexterity
    Auditory Perception
    Brain
    Evoked Potentials
    Parietal Lobe

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