All Relations between audiovisual speech integration and primary visual cortex

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Alexis P\\xc3\\xa9rez-Bellido, Eelke Spaak, Floris P de Lang. Magnetoencephalography recordings reveal the neural mechanisms of auditory contributions to improved visual detection. Communications biology vol 6 issue 1 2023 36604455 these two complementary mechanisms of audiovisual interplay differed in terms of their automaticity: whereas the sound-induced enhancement in visual sensitivity depended on participants being actively engaged in a detection task, we found that sounds activated the visual cortex irrespective of task demands, potentially inducing visual illusory percepts. 2023-01-05 2023-01-08 Not clear
Jakub Fuksa, Oliver Profant, Jaroslav Tint\\xc4\\x9bra, Veronika Svobodov\\xc3\\xa1, Diana T\\xc3\\xb3thov\\xc3\\xa1, Antonin \\xc5\\xa0koch, Josef Syk. Functional changes in the auditory cortex and associated regions caused by different acoustic stimuli in patients with presbycusis and tinnitus. Frontiers in neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 36340777 the congruent audiovisual stimulation led to an increased activity within the default mode network, whereas incongruent stimulation led to increased activation of the visual cortex. 2022-11-07 2022-11-08 Not clear
John P McClure, O Batuhan Erkat, Julien Corbo, Pierre-Olivier Polac. Estimating How Sounds Modulate Orientation Representation in the Primary Visual Cortex Using Shallow Neural Networks. Frontiers in systems neuroscience vol 16 issue 2022 35615425 to determine the effect of sounds on active visual processing, we performed calcium imaging in v1 while mice were performing an audiovisual task. 2022-05-26 2022-06-13 Not clear
Georgios Michail, Daniel Senkowski, Martin Holtkamp, Bettina W\\xc3\\xa4chter, Julian Kei. Early beta oscillations in multisensory association areas underlie crossmodal performance enhancement. NeuroImage vol issue 2022 35577024 using a data-driven analysis approach, we found that individual gains in response speed correlated with larger beta power difference (13-25 hz) between the audiovisual and the visual condition, starting within 80 ms after stimulus onset in the secondary visual cortex and in multisensory association areas in the parietal cortex. 2022-05-16 2022-06-13 Not clear
Jonathan E Peelle, Brent Spehar, Michael S Jones, Sarah McConkey, Joel Myerson, Sandra Hale, Mitchell S Sommers, Nancy Tye-Murra. Increased connectivity among sensory and motor regions during visual and audiovisual speech perception. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol issue 2021 34815317 as expected, audiovisual speech perception recruited both auditory and visual cortex, with some evidence for increased recruitment of premotor cortex in some conditions (including in substantial background noise). 2021-11-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Kyongsik Yun, Joydeep Bhattacharya, Simone Sandk\\xc3\\xbchler, Yong-Jun Lin, Sunao Iwaki, Shinsuke Shimoj. Causally linking neural dominance to perceptual dominance in a multisensory conflict. Neuroreport vol 31 issue 13 2021 32732612 in a task involving audio-visual conflict, using magnetoencephalography recordings in humans, we first demonstrated that the neuronal dominance - auditory cortex functionally influencing visual cortex - was associated with the sensory dominance - sound qualitatively altering visual perception. 2021-09-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Guido T Meijer, Pietro Marchesi, Jorge F Mejias, Jorrit S Montijn, Carien S Lansink, Cyriel M A Pennart. Neural Correlates of Multisensory Detection Behavior: Comparison of Primary and Higher-Order Visual Cortex. Cell reports vol 31 issue 6 2021 32402272 we hypothesized that the anterolateral secondary visual cortex (area al) of the mouse brain may serve as a hub for sensorimotor transformation of audiovisual information. 2021-05-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Guido T Meijer, Pietro Marchesi, Jorge F Mejias, Jorrit S Montijn, Carien S Lansink, Cyriel M A Pennart. Neural Correlates of Multisensory Detection Behavior: Comparison of Primary and Higher-Order Visual Cortex. Cell reports vol 31 issue 6 2021 32402272 we imaged neuronal activity in primary visual cortex (v1) and al of the mouse during a detection task using visual, auditory, and audiovisual stimuli. 2021-05-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Guido T Meijer, Pietro Marchesi, Jorge F Mejias, Jorrit S Montijn, Carien S Lansink, Cyriel M A Pennart. Neural Correlates of Multisensory Detection Behavior: Comparison of Primary and Higher-Order Visual Cortex. Cell reports vol 31 issue 6 2021 32402272 during audiovisual stimulation, al neurons showed stronger differentiation of behaviorally reported versus unreported stimuli compared to v1, whereas v1 showed this distinction during unisensory visual stimulation. 2021-05-20 2022-01-13 Not clear
Elisa Magosso, Cristiano Cuppini, Caterina Bertin. Audiovisual Rehabilitation in Hemianopia: A Model-Based Theoretical Investigation. Frontiers in computational neuroscience vol 11 issue 2020 29326578 recently, we developed a neural network model of audiovisual cortico-collicular loops, including interconnected areas representing the retina, striate and extrastriate visual cortices, auditory cortex, and sc. 2020-09-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Elisa Magosso, Cristiano Cuppini, Caterina Bertin. Audiovisual Rehabilitation in Hemianopia: A Model-Based Theoretical Investigation. Frontiers in computational neuroscience vol 11 issue 2020 29326578 thanks to the sc multisensory enhancement, the audiovisual training is able to effectively strengthen the retina-sc route, which in turn can foster reinforcement of the sc-brainstem route (this occurs only in eye-movements condition) and reinforcement of the sc-extrastriate route (this occurs in presence of survived v1 tissue, regardless of eye condition). 2020-09-30 2022-01-13 Not clear
Bin Wang, Peizhen Li, Dandan Li, Yan Niu, Ting Yan, Ting Li, Rui Cao, Pengfei Yan, Yuxiang Guo, Weiping Yang, Yanna Ren, Xinrui Li, Fusheng Wang, Tianyi Yan, Jinglong Wu, Hui Zhang, Jie Xian. Increased Functional Brain Network Efficiency During Audiovisual Temporal Asynchrony Integration Task in Aging. Frontiers in aging neuroscience vol 10 issue 2020 30356825 in the theta (4-7 hz) and alpha (8-13 hz) bands, the av and v50a conditions induced stronger functional connections and higher global and local efficiencies, reflecting a stronger audiovisual integration effect, which was attributed to the auditory information arriving at the primary auditory cortex earlier than the visual information reaching the primary visual cortex. 2020-09-29 2022-01-13 Not clear
Shruti Ullas, Lars Hausfeld, Anne Cutler, Frank Eisner, Elia Formisan. Neural Correlates of Phonetic Adaptation as Induced by Lexical and Audiovisual Context. Journal of cognitive neuroscience vol issue 2020 32662723 however, audiovisual recalibration involves additional visual cortex contributions, suggesting that previously acquired visual information (on lip movements) is retrieved and deployed to disambiguate auditory perception. 2020-09-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
John P McClure, Pierre-Olivier Polac. Pure tones modulate the representation of orientation and direction in the primary visual cortex. Journal of neurophysiology vol 121 issue 6 2020 30969800 in the present study, we performed two-photon calcium imaging in awake mice to compare the representation of the orientation and the direction of drifting gratings by v1 l2/3 neurons in unimodal (visual only) or multimodal (audiovisual) conditions. 2020-08-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Thomas Kn\\xc3\\xb6pfel, Yann Sweeney, Carola I Radulescu, Nawal Zabouri, Nazanin Doostdar, Claudia Clopath, Samuel J Barne. Audio-visual experience strengthens multisensory assemblies in adult mouse visual cortex. Nature communications vol 10 issue 1 2020 31831751 audio-visual experience strengthens multisensory assemblies in adult mouse visual cortex. 2020-02-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
Thomas Kn\\xc3\\xb6pfel, Yann Sweeney, Carola I Radulescu, Nawal Zabouri, Nazanin Doostdar, Claudia Clopath, Samuel J Barne. Audio-visual experience strengthens multisensory assemblies in adult mouse visual cortex. Nature communications vol 10 issue 1 2020 31831751 using genetically-encoded voltage and calcium indicators, we find coincident audio-visual experience modifies both the supra and subthreshold response properties of neurons in l2/3 of mouse v1. 2020-02-27 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ashley L Schormans, Brian L Allma. Compensatory Plasticity in the Lateral Extrastriate Visual Cortex Preserves Audiovisual Temporal Processing following Adult-Onset Hearing Loss. Neural plasticity vol 2019 issue 2020 31223309 compensatory plasticity in the lateral extrastriate visual cortex preserves audiovisual temporal processing following adult-onset hearing loss. 2020-01-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Nayan Chanauria, Vishal Bharmauria, Lyes Bachatene, Sarah Cattan, Jean Rouat, St\\xc3\\xa9phane Molotchnikof. Sound Induces Change in Orientation Preference of V1 Neurons: Audio-Visual Cross-Influence. Neuroscience vol 404 issue 2019 30703505 sound induces change in orientation preference of v1 neurons: audio-visual cross-influence. 2019-12-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Gavin M Bidelman, Shelley T Heat. Neural Correlates of Enhanced Audiovisual Processing in the Bilingual Brain. Neuroscience vol 401 issue 2019 30639306 source analyses of eeg data revealed monolinguals' increased propensity for erroneously perceiving audiovisual stimuli was attributed to increased activity in primary visual (v1) and auditory cortex (pac), increases in multisensory association areas (ba 37), but reduced frontal activity (ba 10). 2019-07-23 2022-01-13 Not clear
Diane S Lazard, Anne-Lise Girau. Faster phonological processing and right occipito-temporal coupling in deaf adults signal poor cochlear implant outcome. Nature communications vol 8 issue 2018 28348400 these results suggest that following deafness, involvement of visual cortex in the context of reorganized right-lateralized phonological processing compromises its availability for audio-visual synergy during adaptation to ci. 2018-11-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
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