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Crossmodal correspondences: A tutorial review
- C. Spence
- PsychologyAttention, perception & psychophysics
- 19 January 2011
The literature reviewed here supports the view thatCrossmodal correspondences need to be considered alongside semantic and spatiotemporal congruency, among the key constraints that help the authors' brains solve the crossmodal binding problem.
That's My Hand! Activity in Premotor Cortex Reflects Feeling of Ownership of a Limb
The results suggest that multisensory integration in the premotor cortex provides a mechanism for bodily self-attribution in the form of feeling of ownership of the hand.
Psychologically induced cooling of a specific body part caused by the illusory ownership of an artificial counterpart
- G. Moseley, N. Olthof, C. Spence
- PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 2 September 2008
These findings are the first evidence that: taking ownership of an artificial body part has consequences for the real body part; that the awareness of the authors' physical self and the physiological regulation of self are closely linked in a top-down manner; and that cognitive processes that disrupt the sense of body ownership may in turn disrupt temperature regulation in numerous states characterized by both.
Multisensory prior entry.
The results provide the strongest evidence to date for the existence of multisensory prior entry and support previous claims for attentional biases toward the visual modality and toward the right side of space.
The science of interpersonal touch: An overview
Visual Capture of Touch: Out-of-the-Body Experiences With Rubber Gloves
It is shown that vision can capture tactile localization, and participants were more likely to report the illusion of feeling touch at the rubber hands when they were spatially aligned with the participant's own hands.
Confusing the mind by crossing the hands.
Early Vision Impairs Tactile Perception in the Blind
Visual Prior Entry
A novel methodology to minimize the effect of response bias by manipulating attention and response demands in orthogonal dimensions is introduced and effects of attention in accordance with the law of prior entry were clearly obtained following both exogenous and endogenous attentional cuing.
The Handbook of Multisensory Processing
This landmark reference work brings together for the first time in one volume the most recent research from different areas of the emerging field of multisensory integration with broad underlying principles that govern this interaction, regardless of the specific senses involved.