Spatial coincidence modulates the Colavita visual dominance effect.

@article{Koppen2007SpatialCM,
  title={Spatial coincidence modulates the Colavita visual dominance effect.},
  author={Camille Koppen and Charles Spence},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2007},
  volume={417 2},
  pages={107-11}
}
The Colavita visual dominance effect refers to the phenomenon whereby participants presented with auditory, visual, or audiovisual stimuli in a speeded response task sometimes fail to respond to the auditory component of the bimodal targets. We conducted an experiment on the Colavita effect in which the auditory and visual components of the bimodal targets were presented from either the same or different positions (sides) at one of two eccentricities (13 degrees or 26 degrees ). Participants… CONTINUE READING

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