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Multisensory self-motion compensation during object trajectory judgments.
Judging object trajectory during self-motion is a fundamental ability for mobile organisms interacting with their environment. This fundamental ability requires the nervous system to compensate forExpand
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Multisensory Integration of Visual and Vestibular Signals Improves Heading Discrimination in the Presence of a Moving Object
Humans and animals are fairly accurate in judging their direction of self-motion (i.e., heading) from optic flow when moving through a stationary environment. However, an object moving independentlyExpand
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Bayesian Comparison of Explicit and Implicit Causal Inference Strategies in Multisensory Heading Perception
We developed an efficient and robust computational framework to perform Bayesian model comparison of causal inference strategies, which incorporates a number of alternative assumptions about the observers. Expand
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Causal inference accounts for heading perception in the presence of object motion
We show that the brain interprets object motion and self-motion using a causal inference framework. Expand
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Estimating distance during self-motion: a role for visual-vestibular interactions.
A fundamental challenge for the visual system is to extract the 3D spatial structure of the environment. Expand
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