Development of multisensory spatial integration and perception in humans.

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Previous studies have shown that adults respond faster and more reliably to bimodal compared to unimodal localization cues. The current study investigated for the first time the development of audiovisual (A-V) integration in spatial localization behavior in infants between 1 and 10 months of age. We observed infants' head and eye movements in response to… (More)

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@article{Neil2006DevelopmentOM, title={Development of multisensory spatial integration and perception in humans.}, author={Patricia A Neil and Christine Chee-Ruiter and Christian Scheier and David J. Lewkowicz and Shinsuke Shimojo}, journal={Developmental science}, year={2006}, volume={9 5}, pages={454-64} }