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Audiotactile multisensory interactions in human information processing

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The last few years has seen a very rapid growth of interest in how signals from different sensory modalities are integrated in the brain to form the unified percepts that fill our daily lives. Research on multisensory interactions between vision, touch, and proprioception has revealed the existence of multisensory spatial representations that code the location of external events relative to our own bodies. In this review, we highlight recent converging evidence from both human and animal stud...

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Journal:
JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
Volume:
48
Issue:
3
Pages:
158-173
Publication date:
2006-09-05
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EISSN:
1468-5884
ISSN:
0021-5368
URN:
uuid:139650d3-44dd-4a7d-bfd7-ed58caff8c0f
Source identifiers:
16971
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pubs:16971

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