Sound can prolong the visible persistence of moving visual objects

@article{Hidaka2010SoundCP,
  title={Sound can prolong the visible persistence of moving visual objects},
  author={Souta Hidaka and Wataru Teramoto and Jiro Gyoba and Y{\^o}iti Suzuki},
  journal={Vision Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={2093-2099}
}
An abrupt change in a visual attribute (size) of apparently moving visual stimuli extends the time the changed stimuli is visible even after its physical termination (visible persistence). In this study, we show that elongation of visible persistence is enhanced by an abrupt change in an attribute (frequency) of the sounds presented along with the size-changed apparently moving visual stimuli. This auditory effect disappears when sounds are not associated with the visual stimuli. These results… CONTINUE READING

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