Redundant target effect and intersensory facilitation from visual-tactile interactions in simple reaction time

@article{Forster2002RedundantTE,
  title={Redundant target effect and intersensory facilitation from visual-tactile interactions in simple reaction time},
  author={B. Forster and C. Cavina-Pratesi and S. Aglioti and G. Berlucchi},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={143},
  pages={480-487}
}
In a simple reaction time (RT) task, normal observers responded faster to simultaneous visual and tactile stimuli than to single visual or tactile stimuli. RT to simultaneous visual and tactile stimuli was also faster than RT to simultaneous dual visual or tactile stimuli. The advantage for RT to combined visual-tactile stimuli over RT to the other types of stimulation could be accounted for by intersensory neural facilitation rather than by probability summation. The direction of gaze (and… Expand
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