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Modulation of human visual cortex by crossmodal spatial attention.
A sudden touch on one hand can improve vision near that hand, revealing crossmodal links in spatial attention. It is often assumed that such links involve only multimodal neural structures, butExpand
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Their pain is not our pain: Brain and autonomic correlates of empathic resonance with the pain of same and different race individuals
Recent advances in social neuroscience research have unveiled the neurophysiological correlates of race and intergroup processing. However, little is known about the neural mechanisms underlyingExpand
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Representation of Visual Gravitational Motion in the Human Vestibular Cortex
How do we perceive the visual motion of objects that are accelerated by gravity? We propose that, because vision is poorly sensitive to accelerations, an internal model that calculates the effects ofExpand
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Spatial and temporal factors during processing of audiovisual speech: a PET study
Speech perception can use not only auditory signals, but also visual information from seeing the speaker's mouth. The relative timing and relative location of auditory and visual inputs are bothExpand
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Multisensory spatial interactions: a window onto functional integration in the human brain
Incoming signals from different sensory modalities are initially processed in separate brain regions. But because these different signals can arise from common events or objects in the externalExpand
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A Common Cortical Substrate Activated by Horizontal and Vertical Sound Movement in the Human Brain
Perception of movement in acoustic space depends on comparison of the sound waveforms reaching the two ears (binaural cues) as well as spectrotemporal analysis of the waveform at each ear (monauralExpand
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Deontological and altruistic guilt: Evidence for distinct neurobiological substrates
The feeling of guilt is a complex mental state underlying several human behaviors in both private and social life. From a psychological and evolutionary viewpoint, guilt is an emotional and cognitiveExpand
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Spatial attention and crossmodal interactions between vision and touch
In the present paper, we review several functional imaging studies investigating crossmodal interactions between vision and touch relating to spatial attention. We asked how the spatial unity of aExpand
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Neural basis of maternal communication and emotional expression processing during infant preverbal stage.
During the first year of life, exchanges and communication between a mother and her infant are exclusively preverbal and are based on the mother's ability to understand her infant's needs andExpand
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Supramodal Effects of Covert Spatial Orienting Triggered by Visual or Tactile Events
Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to identify brain areas involved in spatial attention and determine whether these operate unimodally or supramodally for vision and touch.Expand
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