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Academic Article Multisensory orientation behavior is disrupted by neonatal cortical ablation.
Academic Article A Bayesian model unifies multisensory spatial localization with the physiological properties of the superior colliculus.
Academic Article A neural network model of multisensory integration also accounts for unisensory integration in superior colliculus.
Academic Article Initiating the development of multisensory integration by manipulating sensory experience.
Academic Article Incorporating cross-modal statistics in the development and maintenance of multisensory integration.
Academic Article The differing impact of multisensory and unisensory integration on behavior.
Academic Article Alterations to multisensory and unisensory integration by stimulus competition.
Concept Visual Perception
Academic Article Noise-rearing disrupts the maturation of multisensory integration.
Academic Article What does a neuron learn from multisensory experience?
Academic Article Relative unisensory strength and timing predict their multisensory product.
Academic Article Unraveling Cross-Modal Development in Animals: Neural Substrate, Functional Coding and Behavioral Readout.
Academic Article Multisensory Plasticity in Superior Colliculus Neurons is Mediated by Association Cortex.
Academic Article An effect of multisensory training on visual processing (Commentary on Grasso et al. (2016)).
Academic Article Multisensory Integration Uses a Real-Time Unisensory-Multisensory Transform.
Academic Article The normal environment delays the development of multisensory integration.
Academic Article Cross-Modal Competition: The Default Computation for Multisensory Processing.
Academic Article Interhemispheric visual competition after multisensory reversal of hemianopia.
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