Seeing or hearing? Perceptual independence, modality confusions, and crossmodal congruity effects with focused and divided attention

@article{Larsen2003SeeingOH,
  title={Seeing or hearing? Perceptual independence, modality confusions, and crossmodal congruity effects with focused and divided attention},
  author={Axel Larsen and William McIlhagga and Jeroen Baert and Claus Bundesen},
  journal={Perception & Psychophysics},
  year={2003},
  volume={65},
  pages={568-574}
}
Observers were given brief presentations of pairs of simultaneous stimuli consisting of a visual and a spoken letter. In the visual focused-attention condition, only the visual letter should be reported; in the auditory focused-attention condition, only the spoken letter should be reported; in the divided-attention condition, both letters, as well as their respective modalities, should be reported (forced choice). The proportions of correct reports were nearly the same in the three conditions… CONTINUE READING

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