Visual Anticipatory Information Modulates Multisensory Interactions of Artificial Audiovisual Stimuli

@article{Vroomen2010VisualAI,
  title={Visual Anticipatory Information Modulates Multisensory Interactions of Artificial Audiovisual Stimuli},
  author={Jean Vroomen and Jeroen J. Stekelenburg},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={1583-1596}
}
The neural activity of speech sound processing (the N1 component of the auditory ERP) can be suppressed if a speech sound is accompanied by concordant lip movements. Here we demonstrate that this audiovisual interaction is neither speech specific nor linked to humanlike actions but can be observed with artificial stimuli if their timing is made predictable. In Experiment 1, a pure tone synchronized with a deformation of a rectangle induced a smaller auditory N1 than auditory-only presentations… CONTINUE READING
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