Auditory-Visual Object Recognition Time Suggests Specific Processing for Animal Sounds

@article{Suied2009AuditoryVisualOR,
  title={Auditory-Visual Object Recognition Time Suggests Specific Processing for Animal Sounds},
  author={Clara Suied and Isabelle Viaud-Delmon},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={520 - 522}
}
BACKGROUND Recognizing an object requires binding together several cues, which may be distributed across different sensory modalities, and ignoring competing information originating from other objects. In addition, knowledge of the semantic category of an object is fundamental to determine how we should react to it. Here we investigate the role of semantic categories in the processing of auditory-visual objects. METHODOLOGY/FINDINGS We used an auditory-visual object-recognition task (go/no-go… CONTINUE READING

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