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The neural bases of multisensory processes

Author: M M Murray; Mark T Wallace
Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2012.
Series: Frontiers in neuroscience (Boca Raton, Fla.)
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"Introducing groundbreaking original research and reviews, this indispensible reference provides a current review of the state-of-the-field focusing on the neural bases that form the foundation of multisensory processes. Accessible to a multidisciplinary scientific audience as well as non-specialists, this comprehensive overview is divided into seven sections, including combinatorial principles and modeling,
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: M M Murray; Mark T Wallace
ISBN: 9781439812174 1439812179
OCLC Number: 707710852
Description: xxv, 771 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: Structural basis of multisensory processing : convergence / H. Ruth Clemo, Leslie P. Keniston, and M. Alex Meredith --
Cortical and thalamic pathways for multisensory and sensorimotor interplay / Céline Cappe, Eric M. Rouiller, and Pascal Barone --
What can multisensory processing tell us about the functional organization of auditory cortex? / Jennifer K. Bizley and Andrew J. King --
Are bimodal neurons the same throughout the brain? / M. Alex Meredith, Brian L. Allman, Leslie P. Keniston, and H. Ruth Clemo --
Audiovisual integration in nonhuman primates : a window into the anatomy and physiology of cognition / Yoshinao Kajikawa, Arnaud Falchier, Gabriella Musacchia, Peter Lakatos, and Charles E. Schroeder --
Multisensory influences on auditory processing : perspectives from fMRI and electrophysiology / Christoph Kayser, Christopher I. Petkov, Ryan Remedios, and Nikos K. Logothetis --
Multisensory integration through neural coherence / Andreas K. Engel, Daniel Senkowski, and Till R. Schneider --
Tye use of fMRI to assess multisensory integration / Thomas W. James and Ryan A. Stevenson --
Perception of synchrony between the senses / Mirjam Keetels and Jean Vroomen --
Representation of object form in vision and touch / Simon Lacey and Krish Sathian --
Spatial and temporal features of multisensory processes : bridging animal and human studies / Diana K. Sarko, Aaron R. Nidiffer, Albert R. Powers III, Dipanwita Ghose, Andrea Hillock-Dunn, Matthew C. Fister, Juliane Krueger, and Mark T. Wallace --
Early integration and Bayesian causal inference in mltisensory perception / Ladan Shams --
Characterization of multisensory integration fith fMRI : experimental design, statistical analysis, and interpretation / Uta Noppeney --
Modeling multisensory processes in Saccacic responses : time-window-of-integration model / Adel Diederich and Hans Colonius --
The organization and plasticity of multisensory integration in the midbrain / Thomas J. Perrault Jr., Benjamin A. Rowland, and Barry E. Stein --
Effects of prolonged exposure to audiovisual stimuli with fixed stimulus onset asynchrony on interaction dynamics between primary auditory and primary visual cortex / Antje Fillbrandt and Frank W. Ohl --
Development of multisensory temporal perception / David J. Lewkowicz --
Multisensory integration develops late in humans / David Burr and Monica Gori --
Phonetic recalibration in audiovisual speech / Jean Vroomen and Martijn Baart --
Multisensory integration and aging / Jennifer L. Mozolic, Christina E. Hugenschmidt, Ann M. Peiffer, and Paul J. Laurienti --
Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying plastic changes and rehabilitation following sensory loss in blindness and deafness / Ella Striem-Amit, Andreja Bubic, and Amir Amedi --
VIsual abilities in individuals with profound deafness : a critical review / Francesco Pavani and Davide Bottari --
Peripersonal space : a multisensory interface for body-object interactions / Claudio Brozzoli, Tamar R. Makin, Lucilla Cardinali, Nicholas P. Holmes, and Alessandro Farnè --
Multisensory perception and bodily self-consciousness : from out-of-body to inside-body experience / Jane E. Aspell, Bigna Lenggenhager, and Olaf Blanke --
Spatial constraints in multisensory attention / Emiliano Macaluso --
Cross-modal spatial cueing of attention influences visual perception / John J. McDonald, Jessica J. Green, Viola S. Störmer, and Steven A. Hillyard --
The Colavita visual dominance effect / Charles Spence, Cesare Parise, and Yi-Chuan Chen --
The body in a multisensory world / Tobias Heed and Brigitte Röder --
Multisensory interactions during motion perception : from basic principles to media applications / Salvador Soto-Faraco and Alexsander Väljamäe --
Multimodal integration during self-motion in virtual reality / Jennifer L. Campos and Heinrich H. Bülthoff --
Visual-vestibular integration for self-motion perception / Gregory C. DeAngelis and Dora E. Angelaki --
Unity of the senses for primate vocal communication / Asif A. Ghazanfar --
Convergence of auditory, visual, and somatosensory information in ventral prefrontal cortex / Lizabeth M. Romanski --
A multisensory perspective on human auditory communication / Katharina von Kriegstein --
Multimodal chemosensory interactions and perception of flavor / John Prescott --
A proposed model of a flavor modality / Dana M. Small and Barry G. Green --
Assessing the role of visual and auditory cues in multisensory perception of flavor / Massimiliano Zampini and Charles Spence.
Series Title: Frontiers in neuroscience (Boca Raton, Fla.)
Responsibility: edited by Micah M. Murray, Mark T. Wallace.
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"Introducing groundbreaking original research and reviews, this indispensible reference provides a current review of the state-of-the-field focusing on the neural bases that form the foundation of multisensory processes. Accessible to a multidisciplinary scientific audience as well as non-specialists, this comprehensive overview is divided into seven sections, including combinatorial principles and modeling, anatomy, learning, plasticity, development and aging, clinical manifestations, and attention and spatial representations. It addresses the movement toward more naturalistic multisensory processes and includes translational perspectives across multiple species and methodologies"--

"The field of multisensory research continues to grow at a dizzying rate. Although for those of us working in the field this is extraordinarily gratifying, it is also a bit challenging to keep up with all of the exciting new developments in such a multidisciplinary topic at such a burgeoning stage. For those a bit peripheral to the field, but with an inherent interest in the magic of multisensory interactions to shape our view of the world, the task is even more daunting. Our objectives for this volume are straightforward - to provide those working within the area a strong overview of the current state-of-the field, while at the same time providing those a bit outside of the field with a solid introduction to multisensory processes. We feel that the current volume meets these objectives, largely through a choice of topics that span the single cell to the clinic and through the expertise of our authors, each of whom have done an exceptional job in explaining their research to an interdisciplinary audience"--Provided by publisher.

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