Non-spatial sounds regulate eye movements and enhance visual search.
Zou, Heng; Müller, Hermann J; Shi, Zhuanghua.
; 12(5)2012 Jan 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-22562709
Auditory transients do not affect visual sensitivity in discriminating between objective streaming and bouncing events.
Static sound timing alters sensitivity to low-level visual motion.
Sounds can alter the perceived direction of a moving visual object.
Real and implied motion at the center of gaze.
Eye-movements intervening between two successive sounds disrupt comparisons of auditory location.
The oculomotor salience of flicker, apparent motion and continuous motion in saccade trajectories.
Auditory capture of visual apparent motion, both laterally and looming.
Sound therapy (using amplification devices and/or sound generators) for tinnitus.
Joint representation of translational and rotational components of optic flow in parietal cortex.
Evidence for cue-independent spatial representation in the human auditory cortex during active listening.