Tactile enhancement of auditory detection and perceived loudness.

@article{Gillmeister2007TactileEO,
  title={Tactile enhancement of auditory detection and perceived loudness.},
  author={Helge Gillmeister and Martin Eimer},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2007},
  volume={1160},
  pages={58-68}
}
To study the effects of touch on auditory processing, we examined whether uninformative and irrelevant tactile stimuli presented together with task-relevant sounds can improve auditory detection (Experiment 1), and enhance perceived loudness (Experiment 2). We demonstrated that irrelevant tactile signals facilitate the detection of faint tones, and increase auditory intensity ratings. These crossmodal facilitation effects were found for synchronous when compared to asynchronous auditory-tactile… CONTINUE READING

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