The benefit of multisensory integration with biological motion signals

@article{Mendona2011TheBO,
  title={The benefit of multisensory integration with biological motion signals},
  author={Catarina Mendonça and Jorge L. A. Santos and Joan L{\'o}pez-Moliner},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={213},
  pages={185-192}
}
Assessing intentions, direction, and velocity of others is necessary for most daily tasks, and such information is often made available by both visual and auditory motion cues. Therefore, it is not surprising our great ability to perceive human motion. Here, we explore the multisensory integration of cues of biological motion walking speed. After testing for audiovisual asynchronies (visual signals led auditory ones by 30 ms in simultaneity temporal windows of 76.4 ms), in the main experiment… CONTINUE READING