Identification of visual stimuli is improved by accompanying auditory stimuli: the role of eye movements and sound location.

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Can auditory signals influence the processing of visual information? The present study examined the effects of simple auditory signals (clicks and noise bursts) whose onset was simultaneous with that of the visual target, but which provided no information about the target. It was found that such a signal enhances performance in the visual task: the… (More)

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@article{Doyle2001IdentificationOV, title={Identification of visual stimuli is improved by accompanying auditory stimuli: the role of eye movements and sound location.}, author={Mike Doyle and R. J. Snowden}, journal={Perception}, year={2001}, volume={30 7}, pages={795-810} }