Representational changes in retinotopic cortex during the development of depth cue combination in childhood.

Abstract

Human adults can improve their perceptual precision by averaging multiple sensory estimates (e.g., vision and touch, or depth via multiple visual cues). Strikingly, it is not until ~age 10 years that children combine multiple cues to reduce sensory uncertainty. Why perceptual benefits from sensory fusion emerge so late in childhood is currently unclear. It… (More)
DOI: 10.1167/15.12.360

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