Greater benefits of multisensory integration during complex sensorimotor transformations.

@article{Buchholz2012GreaterBO,
  title={Greater benefits of multisensory integration during complex sensorimotor transformations.},
  author={Verena N. Buchholz and Samanthi C. Goonetilleke and W. Pieter Medendorp and Brian D Corneil},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={107 11},
  pages={3135-43}
}
Multisensory integration enables rapid and accurate behavior. To orient in space, sensory information registered initially in different reference frames has to be integrated with the current postural information to produce an appropriate motor response. In some postures, multisensory integration requires convergence of sensory evidence across hemispheres, which would presumably lessen or hinder integration. Here, we examined orienting gaze shifts in humans to visual, tactile, or visuotactile… CONTINUE READING
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