Investigating the spatial and temporal modulation of visuotactile interactions in older adults

@article{Couth2015InvestigatingTS,
  title={Investigating the spatial and temporal modulation of visuotactile interactions in older adults},
  author={Samuel Couth and Emma Gowen and Ellen Poliakoff},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={234},
  pages={1233-1248}
}
Previous research has shown that spatially and temporally disparate multisensory events are more likely to interact for older adults. For visuotactile interactions, this suggests that the representation of peripersonal space is expanded and temporal perception within this space is less precise. Previously, visuotactile space has been found to expand horizontally into the opposite hemispace, and here we sought to replicate and extend this by exploring both horizontal and vertical space from the… CONTINUE READING

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