Xinwei Xiao

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Converging evidence indicates that spatial information of stimuli plays an important role in multisensory interaction. The spatial characteristics of auditory stimuli tended to be biased toward the spatial characteristics of visual stimuli. Many studies have shown that spatial consistency of audiovisual stimuli can influence the interaction between visual(More)
Reading in a second language (L2) is a complex task that entails an interaction between L2 and the native language (L1). Previous studies have suggested that bilingual subjects recruit the neural system of their logographic L1 (Chinese) reading and apply it to alphabetic L2 (English) reading. These findings have lent strong support to the idea that language(More)
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