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When audiovisual correspondence disturbs visual processing

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Title
When audiovisual correspondence disturbs visual processing
Author(s)
Sang Wook Hong; Won Mok Shim
Publication Date
2016-05
Journal
EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, v.234, no.5, pp.1325 - 1332
Publisher
SPRINGER
Abstract
Multisensory integration is known to create a more robust and reliable perceptual representation of one's environment. Specifically, a congruent auditory input can make a visual stimulus more salient, consequently enhancing the visibility and detection of the visual target. However, it remains largely unknown whether a congruent auditory input can also impair visual processing. In the current study, we demonstrate that temporally congruent auditory input disrupts visual processing, consequently slowing down visual target detection. More importantly, this cross-modal inhibition occurs only when the contrast of visual targets is high. When the contrast of visual targets is low, enhancement of visual target detection is observed, consistent with the prediction based on the principle of inverse effectiveness (PIE) in cross-modal integration. The switch of the behavioral effect of audiovisual interaction from benefit to cost further extends the PIE to encompass the suppressive cross-modal interaction. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/2568
ISSN
0014-4819
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