Auditory spatio-temporal brain dynamics and their consequences for multisensory interactions in humans.

@article{Murray2009AuditorySB,
  title={Auditory spatio-temporal brain dynamics and their consequences for multisensory interactions in humans.},
  author={Micah M. Murray and Lucas Spierer},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2009},
  volume={258 1-2},
  pages={121-33}
}
Recent multisensory research has emphasized the occurrence of early, low-level interactions in humans. As such, it is proving increasingly necessary to also consider the kinds of information likely extracted from the unisensory signals that are available at the time and location of these interaction effects. This review addresses current evidence regarding how the spatio-temporal brain dynamics of auditory information processing likely curtails the information content of multisensory… CONTINUE READING

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