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Optimal Audiovisual Integration in the Ventriloquism Effect But Pervasive Deficits in Unisensory Spatial Localization in Amblyopia

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Jan 15, 2018

Michael D RichardsAgnes M F Wong

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Classically understood as a deficit in spatial vision, amblyopia is increasingly recognized to also impair audiovisual multisensory processing. Studies to date, however, have not determined whether the audiovisual abnormalities reflect a failure of multisensory integration, or an optima...read more

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Optimal Audiovisual Integration in the Ventriloquism Effect But Pervasive Deficits in Unisensory Spatial Localization in Amblyopia

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science

Jan 15, 2018

Michael D RichardsAgnes M F Wong

PMID: 29332124

DOI: 10.1167/iovs.17-22504

Abstract

Classically understood as a deficit in spatial vision, amblyopia is increasingly recognized to also impair audiovisual multisensory processing. Studies to date, however, have not determined whether the audiovisual abnormalities reflect a failure of multisensory integration, or an optima...read more

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Establishment and Maintenance of Localization
Study
Psychometrics
Vision, Binocular
Spatial Distribution
Vision
Visual Perception
Face
Acoustic Stimulation
Participant

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