All Relations between Illusions and audiovisual speech integration

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Mariel G Gonzales, Kristina C Backer, Yueqi Yan, Lee M Miller, Heather Bortfeld, Antoine J Shahi. Audition controls the flow of visual time during multisensory perception. iScience vol 25 issue 7 2022 35845168 herein, we introduce the audiovisual time-flow illusion in spoken language, underscoring the role of audition in multisensory processing. 2022-07-18 2022-07-19 Not clear
David P McGovern, Siofra Burns, Rebecca J Hirst, Fiona N Newel. Perceptual training narrows the temporal binding window of audiovisual integration in both younger and older adults. Neuropsychologia vol issue 2022 35752266 we also show that this training protocol led to a narrowing of the temporal binding window associated with the sound-induced flash illusion in both age groups indicating a general refinement of audiovisual integration. 2022-06-25 2022-06-27 Not clear
Jonathan M P Wilbiks, Violet A Brown, Julia F Stran. Speech and non-speech measures of audiovisual integration are not correlated. Attention, perception & psychophysics vol issue 2022 35610409 this study tested the relationships among four commonly-used measures of audiovisual integration, two of which use speech stimuli (susceptibility to the mcgurk effect and a measure of audiovisual benefit), and two of which use non-speech stimuli (the sound-induced flash illusion and audiovisual integration capacity). 2022-05-24 2022-06-13 Not clear
Niall Gavin, Rebecca J Hirst, David P McGover. The magnitude of the sound-induced flash illusion does not increase monotonically as a function of visual stimulus eccentricity. Attention, perception & psychophysics vol issue 2022 35562629 while much research has focused on how the temporal proximity of the audiovisual stimuli impacts susceptibility to the illusion, comparatively less research has focused on the impact of spatial manipulations. 2022-05-13 2022-06-13 Not clear
Noelle R B Stiles, Armand R Tanguay, Shinsuke Shimoj. Crossmodal Postdiction: Conscious Perception as Revisionist History. Journal of perceptual imaging vol 5 issue 2022 35464341 crossmodal postdiction can also appear in more nuanced forms, such as unimodal postdictive illusions (e.g., apparent motion) that are influenced by concurrent crossmodal stimuli (e.g., crossmodal influence on apparent motion), or crossmodal illusions (e.g., the double flash illusion) that are influenced postdictively by a stimulus in one or the other modality (e.g., a visual stimulus in the illusory audiovisual rabbit illusion). 2022-04-25 2022-04-26 Not clear
Chiara Valzolgher, Elena Giovanelli, Roberta Sorio, Giuseppe Rabini, Francesco Pavan. Can visual capture of sound separate auditory streams? Experimental brain research vol 240 issue 3 2022 35048159 to examine the relative contribution of these two factors, we exploited an audio-visual illusion in a hearing-in-noise task to create conditions in which the initial stimulation to the ears is held constant, while the perceived separation between speech and masker is changed illusorily (visual capture of sound). 2022-03-12 2022-04-14 Not clear
Yasuki Noguch. Individual differences in beta frequency correlate with the audio-visual fusion illusion. Psychophysiology vol issue 2022 35274314 individual differences in beta frequency correlate with the audio-visual fusion illusion. 2022-03-11 2022-04-14 Not clear
Yasuki Noguch. Individual differences in beta frequency correlate with the audio-visual fusion illusion. Psychophysiology vol issue 2022 35274314 presenting one flash with two beeps induces a perception of two flashes (audio-visual [av] fission illusion), while presenting two flashes with one beep induces a perception of one flash (fusion illusion). 2022-03-11 2022-04-14 Not clear
Luning Wang, Liyue Lin, Yujia Sun, Shuang Hou, Jie Re. The effect of movement speed on audiovisual temporal integration in streaming-bouncing illusion. Experimental brain research vol issue 2022 35147722 the effect of movement speed on audiovisual temporal integration in streaming-bouncing illusion. 2022-02-11 2022-02-13 Not clear
Luning Wang, Liyue Lin, Yujia Sun, Shuang Hou, Jie Re. The effect of movement speed on audiovisual temporal integration in streaming-bouncing illusion. Experimental brain research vol issue 2022 35147722 the results showed the following outcomes: (1) the optimal times needed to induce the "bouncing" illusion and maximum audiovisual bounce-inducing effect (abe) magnitude were much earlier than that for the optimal time of audiovisual synchrony, (2) speed as a bottom-up factor could affect the proportion of "bouncing" perception in sb illusions but did not affect the abe magnitude, (3) speed could also affect the ability of audiovisual temporal integration in motion perception, and the main manifestation was that the point of subjective simultaneity (pss) in fast speed conditions was earlier than that of slow speed conditions in the sj task and (4) the sb task and sj task were not related. 2022-02-11 2022-02-13 Not clear
Hauke S Meyerhoff, Nina A Gehrer, Simon Merz, Christian Fring. The beep-speed illusion: Non-spatial tones increase perceived speed of visual objects in a forced-choice paradigm. Cognition vol 219 issue 2022 34864524 we introduce a new audio-visual illusion revealing the interplay between audio-visual integration and selective visual attention. 2022-02-02 2022-02-06 Not clear
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