Visual, haptic and crossmodal recognition of scenes

@article{Newell2004VisualHA,
  title={Visual, haptic and crossmodal recognition of scenes},
  author={Fiona N. Newell and Andrew T. Woods and Marion Mernagh and Heinrich H. B{\"u}lthoff},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={161},
  pages={233-242}
}
Real-world scene perception can often involve more than one sensory modality. Here we investigated the visual, haptic and crossmodal recognition of scenes of familiar objects. In three experiments participants first learned a scene of objects arranged in random positions on a platform. After learning, the experimenter swapped the position of two objects in the scene and the task for the participant was to identify the two swapped objects. In experiment 1, we found a cost in scene recognition… CONTINUE READING

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