Acoustical Vision of Neglected Stimuli: Interaction among Spatially Converging Audiovisual Inputs in Neglect Patients

@article{Frassinetti2002AcousticalVO,
  title={Acoustical Vision of Neglected Stimuli: Interaction among Spatially Converging Audiovisual Inputs in Neglect Patients},
  author={Francesca Frassinetti and Francesco Pavani and Elisabetta Ldavas},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={62-69}
}
Cross-modal spatial integration between auditory and visual stimuli is a common phenomenon in space perception. The principles underlying such integration have been outlined by neurophysiological and behavioral studies in animals (Stein & Meredith, 1993), but little evidence exists proving that similar principles occur also in humans. In the present study, we explored such possibility in patients with visual neglect, namely, patients with visuospatial impairment. To test this hypothesis… CONTINUE READING

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