Anticipating action effects recruits audiovisual movement representations in the ventral premotor cortex.

@article{Bischoff2014AnticipatingAE,
  title={Anticipating action effects recruits audiovisual movement representations in the ventral premotor cortex.},
  author={Matthias Bischoff and Karen Zentgraf and Sebastian Pilgramm and Rudolf Stark and Britta Kr{\"u}ger and J{\"o}rn Munzert},
  journal={Brain and cognition},
  year={2014},
  volume={92C},
  pages={
          39-47
        }
}
When table tennis players anticipate the course of the ball while preparing their motor responses, they not only observe their opponents striking the ball but also listen to events such as the sound of racket-ball contact. Because visual stimuli can be detected more easily when accompanied by a sound, we assumed that complementary sensory audiovisual information would influence the anticipation of biological motion, especially when the racket-ball contact is not presented visually, but has to… CONTINUE READING
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