Temporal dynamics of unimodal and multimodal feature binding

@article{Zmigrod2010TemporalDO,
  title={Temporal dynamics of unimodal and multimodal feature binding},
  author={S. Zmigrod and B. Hommel},
  journal={Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics},
  year={2010},
  volume={72},
  pages={142-152}
}
In two experiments, we studied the temporal dynamics of feature integration with auditory (Experiment 1) and audiovisual (Experiment 2) stimuli and manual responses. Consistent with previous observations, performance was better when the second of two consecutive stimuli shared all or none of the features of the first, rather than when only one of the features overlapped. Comparable partial-overlap costs were obtained for combinations of stimulus features and responses. These effects decreased… Expand
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