All Relations between cognitive conflict and multisensory interaction

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Antonella Maselli, Pablo Lanillos, Giovanni Pezzul. Active inference unifies intentional and conflict-resolution imperatives of motor control. PLoS computational biology vol 18 issue 6 2022 35714105 however, recent studies in conditions of multisensory conflict, such as when a subject experiences the rubber hand illusion or embodies an avatar in virtual reality, reveal the presence of unconscious movements that are not goal-directed, but rather aim at resolving multisensory conflicts; for example, by aligning the position of a person's arm with that of an embodied avatar. 2022-06-17 2022-06-20 Not clear
Pablo Lanillos, Sae Franklin, Antonella Maselli, David W Frankli. Active strategies for multisensory conflict suppression in the virtual hand illusion. Scientific reports vol 11 issue 1 2022 34819563 active strategies for multisensory conflict suppression in the virtual hand illusion. 2022-02-02 2022-02-06 Not clear
Hiromasa Takakura, Hisao Nishijo, Akihiro Ishikawa, Hideo Shojak. Cerebral Hemodynamic Responses During Dynamic Posturography: Analysis with a Multichannel Near-Infrared Spectroscopy System. Frontiers in human neuroscience vol 9 issue 2015 26635574 the activation patterns in response to specific combinations of sot conditions suggested that (1) f-op, p-op, and stg are essential for sensory integration when standing balance is perturbed; (2) the sma is involved in the execution of volitional action and establishment of new motor programs to maintain postural balance; and (3) the ppc and pmc are involved in the updating and computation of spatial reference frames during instances of sensory conflict between vestibular and visual information. 2015-12-04 2022-01-12 Not clear
Andreea Oliviana Diaconescu, Claude Alain, Anthony Randal McIntos. The co-occurrence of multisensory facilitation and cross-modal conflict in the human brain. Journal of neurophysiology vol 106 issue 6 2012 21880944 as participants were required to classify cross-modal stimuli into semantic categories, activity in superior temporal and posterior cingulate cortices increased between 200 and 400 ms. as task instructions changed to incorporate cross-modal conflict, a process whereby auditory and visual components of cross-modal stimuli were compared to estimate their degree of congruence, multisensory processes were captured in parahippocampal, dorsomedial, and orbitofrontal cortices 100 and 400 ms after stimulus onset. 2012-04-16 2022-01-12 Not clear
Ulrike Zimmer, Kenneth C Roberts, Todd B Harshbarger, Marty G Woldorf. Multisensory conflict modulates the spread of visual attention across a multisensory object. NeuroImage vol 52 issue 2 2010 20420924 the processing of stimulus conflict, including multisensory stimulus conflict, is known to activate the anterior cingulate cortex (acc), but the interactive influence on the sensory cortices remains relatively unexamined. 2010-10-15 2022-01-12 Not clear
Brigitte R\\xc3\\xb6der, Frank R\\xc3\\xb6sler, Charles Spenc. Early vision impairs tactile perception in the blind. Current biology : CB vol 14 issue 2 2004 14738733 it has been argued that because of the dominant role of vision in motor planning and execution, tactile stimuli are remapped into externally defined coordinates (predominantly determined by visual inputs) that takes longer to achieve when external and body-centered codes (determined primarily by somatosensory/proprioceptive inputs) are in conflict and that involves both multisensory parietal and visual cortex. 2004-03-02 2022-01-12 Not clear