Activity in human V1 follows multisensory perception

@article{Watkins2007ActivityIH,
  title={Activity in human V1 follows multisensory perception},
  author={S. Watkins and L. Shams and O. Josephs and G. Rees},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={572-578}
}
When a single brief visual flash is accompanied by two auditory bleeps, it is frequently perceived incorrectly as two flashes. Such illusory multisensory perception is associated with increased activation of retinotopic human primary visual cortex (V1) suggesting that such activity reflects subjective perception [Watkins, S., Shams, L., Tanaka, S., Haynes, J.D., Rees, G., 2006. Sound alters activity in human V1 in association with illusory visual perception. Neuroimage. 31, 1247-1256]. However… Expand

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