Early modulation of visual cortex by sound: an MEG study

@article{Shams2005EarlyMO,
  title={Early modulation of visual cortex by sound: an MEG study},
  author={L. Shams and S. Iwaki and Aman Chawla and J. Bhattacharya},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={378},
  pages={76-81}
}
Sound can alter visual perception. This has been recently demonstrated by a strong illusion in which a single flash is perceived as multiple flashes when accompanied by multiple brief sounds. While psychophysical findings on this sound-induced flash illusion indicate that the modulations of visual percept by sound occur at a perceptual processing level, it remains unclear at what level of perceptual processing these interactions occur and what mechanisms mediate them. Here we investigated these… Expand
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