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PY2PN: Perception, Lecture #5: Multisensory perception

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Slide #1. Enumerating the senses: A classical view
Slide #2. Classifying the senses: 'Special' versus 'general'
Slide #3. Enumerating the senses: A modern view
Slide #4. How many senses are there?: 21?
Slide #5. Multisensory perception with 21 senses: 210 possible (two-way) perceptions?
Slide #6. Multisensory perception: Is not like unisensory perception
Slide #7. Multisensory perception: When & where in the brain?
Slide #8. Multisensory perception: Higher-level interactions
Slide #9. Audio-visual perception: The McGurk & MacDonald effect
Slide #10. Audio-visual perception: Spatial 'ventriloquism'
Slide #11. Audio-visual perception: Temporal 'ventriloquism'
Slide #12. Audio-visual perception: Auditory 'driving' of vision
Slide #13. Audio-tactile perception: The parchment-skin effect
Slide #14. Audio-gustatory perception: Sound-induced crispiness
Slide #15. Visual-tactile perception: The 'rubber hand' illusion
Slide #16. Visual-proprioceptive perception: Knowing where your hands are
Slide #17. : Interim Summary
Slide #18. Laws of multisensory integration?: Modality appropriateness
Slide #19. Laws of multisensory integration?: Spatial & temporal (& other) principles
Slide #20. Neural bases of multisensory perception: The superior colliculus
Slide #21. Neural bases of multisensory perception: The cerebral cortex
Slide #22. Neural bases of multisensory hand perception: Visual-proprioceptive integration in Brodmann's area 5
Slide #23. Neural bases of multisensory perception: Audio-visual speech in STS
Slide #24. Neural bases of multisensory perception: Is the whole brain multisensory?
Slide #25. Multisensory perception: Further reading


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