Bayesian Calibration of Simultaneity in Audiovisual Temporal Order Judgments

@inproceedings{Yamamoto2012BayesianCO,
  title={Bayesian Calibration of Simultaneity in Audiovisual Temporal Order Judgments},
  author={Shinya Yamamoto and Makoto Miyazaki and Takayuki Iwano and Shigeru Kitazawa},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
After repeated exposures to two successive audiovisual stimuli presented in one frequent order, participants eventually perceive a pair separated by some lag time in the same order as occurring simultaneously (lag adaptation). In contrast, we previously found that perceptual changes occurred in the opposite direction in response to tactile stimuli, conforming to bayesian integration theory (bayesian calibration). We further showed, in theory, that the effect of bayesian calibration cannot be… CONTINUE READING
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