The effect of exposure to asynchronous audio, visual, and tactile stimulus combinations on the perception of simultaneity.
Information about an event takes different amounts of time to be processed depending on which sensory system the event activates. However, despite the variations in processing time for lights and sounds, the point of subjective simultaneity (PSS) for briefly presented audio/visual stimuli is usually close to true simultaneity. Here we confirm that the simultaneity constancy mechanism that achieves this for audio/visual stimulus pairs is adaptable, and extend the investigation to other multimo...Expand abstract
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