Beyond perceptual modality : Auditory effects on visual perception

@inproceedings{Shimojo2001BeyondPM,
  title={Beyond perceptual modality : Auditory effects on visual perception},
  author={Shinsuke Shimojo and Christian Scheier and Romi Nijhawan and Ladan Shams and Yukiyasu Kamitani and Katsumi Watanabe},
  year={2001}
}
Three sets of new findings with regard to modulation of visual perception by auditory stimuli are reviewed. First, we show that visual temporal resolution can be either improved or deteriorated by accompanying sounds, depending on the sequence and delay among the auditory and visual stimuli. Second, a single visual flash can be perceived as multiple flashes when accompanied by multiple sounds. Third, an ambiguous motion display consisting of two objects moving toward each other is perceived as… CONTINUE READING
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