Auditory motion affects visual motion perception in a speeded discrimination task.
Transient auditory stimuli have been shown to influence the perception of ambiguous 2D visual motion displays (the bouncing-disks effect; e.g. Sekuler et al. in Nature 385:308, 1997). The question addressed here was whether continuous moving auditory stimuli can also influence visual motion perception under the same experimental conditions. In Experiment 1, we used a modification of Sanabria et al.'s (Exp Brain Res 157:537-541, 2004) paradigm (involving an indirect behavioural measure of the ...Expand abstract
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