Visual-auditory interaction in speeded classification: role of stimulus difference.

@article{BenArtzi1995VisualauditoryII,
  title={Visual-auditory interaction in speeded classification: role of stimulus difference.},
  author={E Ben-Artzi and Lawrence E. Marks},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1995},
  volume={57 8},
  pages={1151-62}
}
An experiment examined cross-modal interference and congruence in speeded classification: Subjects had to identify compound (visual-auditory) stimuli as either low or high in spatial position (visual judgment) or low or high in pitch (auditory judgment), in 16 conditions, each of which combined one of four possible pairs of tones, varying in frequency difference, with one of four possible pairs of dots, varying in positional difference. Both classification by position and classification by… CONTINUE READING