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The sound-induced flash illusion reveals dissociable age-related effects in multisensory integration
While aging can lead to significant declines in perceptual and cognitive function, the effects of age on multisensory integration, the process in which the brain combines information across theExpand
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Evaluating the neurophysiological evidence for predictive processing as a model of perception
For many years, the dominant theoretical framework guiding research into the neural origins of perceptual experience has been provided by hierarchical feedforward models, in which sensory inputs areExpand
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Transfer of perceptual learning between different visual tasks.
Practice in most sensory tasks substantially improves perceptual performance. A hallmark of this 'perceptual learning' is its specificity for the basic attributes of the trained stimulus and task.Expand
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Characterizing the role of disparity information in alleviating visual crowding.
The ability to identify a target is reduced by the presence of nearby objects, a phenomenon known as visual crowding. The extent to which crowding impairs our perception is generally governed by theExpand
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Task-specific transfer of perceptual learning across sensory modalities
It is now widely accepted that primary cortical areas of the brain that were once thought to be sensory-specific undergo significant functional reorganisation following sensory deprivation. ForExpand
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Perceptual Learning Reconfigures the Effects of Visual Adaptation
Our sensory experiences over a range of different timescales shape our perception of the environment. Two particularly striking short-term forms of plasticity with manifestly different time coursesExpand
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Perceptual learning shapes multisensory causal inference via two distinct mechanisms
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We show that perceptual training on an audiovisual temporal discrimination task produces two distinct effects on multisensory integration in the form of a specific narrowing of the temporal binding window that does not transfer to spatial binding and a general reduction in the magnitude of crossmodal interactions across all spatiotemporal disparities. Expand
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The spatial characteristics of plaid-form-selective mechanisms
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We show that the visual system is equipped with mechanisms that conduct a global analysis of the plaid pattern, which are likely derived from the non-linear outputs of V1 complex cells. Expand
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The impact of natural aging on computational and neural indices of perceptual decision making: A review
Abstract It is well established that natural aging negatively impacts on a wide variety of cognitive functions and research has sought to identify core neural mechanisms that may account for theseExpand
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Reconciling age-related changes in behavioural and neural indices of human perceptual decision-making
Ageing impacts on decision-making behaviour across a range of cognitive tasks and scenarios. Computational modelling has proved valuable in providing mechanistic interpretations of these age-relatedExpand
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