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Multisensory integration: space, time and superadditivity.

The superior colliculus generates and controls eye and head movements based on signals from different senses. The latest research on this structure enhances our ... Nicholas P Holmes, Charles Spence ...

Multisensory integration: maintaining the perception of synchrony.

We are rarely aware of differences in the arrival time of inputs to each of our senses. New research suggests that this is explained by a 'moveable window' for ... Charles Spence, Sarah Squire ...

Most viewed Psychology articles in December 2014

Capuchin monkeys do not show human-like pricing effectsRhia Catapano, Nicholas Buttrick, Jane Widness, Robin Goldstein and Laurie R. Santos*Developmen..

Selective temporal attention enhances the temporal resolution of visual perception: Evidence from a temporal order judgment task.

We investigated whether attending to a particular point in time affects temporal resolution in a task in which participants ... Angel Correa, Daniel Sanabria, Charles Spence, Pío Tudela, Juan Lupiáñez ...

Visual capture of apparent limb position influences tactile temporal order judgments.

Shore et al. [D.I. Shore, E. Spry, C. Spence, Spatial modulation of tactile temporal order judgments ... Alberto Gallace, Charles Spence ... Adult, Discrimination (Psychology), female, Hand, Humans, Judgment ...

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Multisensory representation of limb position in human premotor cortex.

Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in humans, we identified regions of cortex involved in the encoding of limb position ... Donna M Lloyd, David I Shore, Charles Spence, Gemma A Calvert ...

Modality-specific auditory and visual temporal processing deficits.

We studied the attentional blink (AB) and the repetition blindness (RB) effects using an audiovisual presentation procedure designed to overcome several potential ... Salvador Soto-Faraco, Charles Spence ...

Presenting multiple auditory signals using multiple sound cards in Visual Basic 6.0.

In auditory research, it is often desirable to present more than two auditory stimuli at any one time. Although the technology has been available for some time, the ... Jason S Chan, Charles Spence ...

That's my hand! Activity in premotor cortex reflects feeling of ownership of a limb.

When we look at our hands, we immediately know that they are part of our own body. This feeling of ownership of our limbs is a fundamental ... H Henrik Ehrsson, Charles Spence, Richard E Passingham ...

Exploring the role of visual perceptual grouping on the audiovisual integration of motion.

In the present study, we explored the role of visual perceptual grouping on audiovisual motion integration, using an adaptation of the crossmodal ... Daniel Sanabria, Salvador Soto-Faraco, Charles Spence ...

Back-to-front: improved tactile discrimination performance in the space you cannot see.

We investigated any differences in people's ability to reconstruct the appropriate spatiotemporal ordering of multiple ... István Kóbor, László Füredi, Gyula Kovács, Charles Spence, Zoltán Vidnyánszky ...

The close proximity of threat: Altered distance perception in the anticipation of pain

Pain is an experience that powerfully influences the way we interact with our environment. What is ... Abby Tabor, Mark J Catley, Simon C Gandevia, Michael A Thacker, Charles Spence, G Lorimer Moseley ...

The European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition

"The European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (EWIC) is a biannual meeting devoted to scientific study of mental imagery and cognition. The 12th EWIC will be ... Charles Spence, University of Oxford.<br> ...

The ventriloquist in motion: illusory capture of dynamic information across sensory modalities.

Integrating dynamic information across the senses is crucial to survival. However, most laboratory studies have ... Salvador Soto-Faraco, Jessica Lyons, Michael Gazzaniga, Charles Spence, Alan Kingstone ...

Tactile "capture" of audition.

Previous research has demonstrated that the localization of auditory or tactile stimuli can be biased by the simultaneous ... Anne Caclin, Salvador Soto-Faraco, Alan Kingstone, Charles Spence ...

Seeing your own touched hands in a mirror modulates cross-modal interactions.

In mirror reflections, visual stimuli in near peripersonal space (e.g., an object in the hand) can project the retinal image of far ... Angelo Maravita, Charles Spence, Claire Sergent, Jon Driver ...

Tactile dominance in speeded discrimination of textures.

When assessing the roughness of textures, no single sensory modality universally dominates perception. Instead, the task and stimuli critically determine to what extent a ... Steve Guest, Charles Spence ...

Assessing automaticity in the audiovisual integration of motion.

This study examined the multisensory integration of visual and auditory motion information using a methodology designed to single out perceptual ... Salvador Soto-Faraco, Charles Spence, Alan Kingstone ...

Intramodal perceptual grouping modulates multisensory integration: evidence from the crossmodal dynamic capture task.

We investigated the extent to which intramodal visual perceptual grouping influences the multisensory integration (or grouping) of ... Daniel Sanabria, Salvador Soto-Faraco, Jason Chan, Charles Spence ...

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