All Relations between multisensory interaction and asymmetrical (pato 0000616)

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Ying Sun, Qiufang F. How do irrelevant stimuli from another modality influence responses to the targets in a same-different task. Consciousness and cognition vol 107 issue 2022 36586291 moreover, when easily distinguishableirrelevant stimuliwere simultaneously presented with difficulttarget stimuli, irrelevant auditorystimuli facilitated responses to visual targets whereas irrelevant visual stimuli interfered with responses to auditorytargetsin the training phase,indicating an asymmetry in the role of visual and auditory in abstract multisensory integration. 2022-12-31 2023-01-05 Not clear
Hongtao Yu, Aijun Wang, Ming Zhang, JiaJia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong W. Semantically congruent audiovisual integration with modal-based attention accelerates auditory short-term memory retrieval. Attention, perception & psychophysics vol issue 2022 35641858 at present, whether the benefits of semantically (in)congruent multisensory integration with modal-based attention for subsequent unisensory short-term memory (stm) retrieval are also asymmetric remains unclear. 2022-05-31 2022-06-13 Not clear
Hongtao Yu, Aijun Wang, Ming Zhang, JiaJia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, Jinglong W. Semantically congruent audiovisual integration with modal-based attention accelerates auditory short-term memory retrieval. Attention, perception & psychophysics vol issue 2022 35641858 evidence has shown that multisensory integration benefits to unisensory perception performance are asymmetric and that auditory perception performance can receive more multisensory benefits, especially when the attention focus is directed toward a task-irrelevant visual stimulus. 2022-05-31 2022-06-13 Not clear
Amy E Edwards, Onur Guven, Michael D Furman, Qadeer Arshad, Adolfo M Bronstei. Electroencephalographic Correlates of Continuous Postural Tasks of Increasing Difficulty. Neuroscience vol 395 issue 2019 30391529 although the posterior parietal asymmetry found may relate to vestibular, somatosensory or multisensory feedback processing, we argue that the finding relates to active balance control rather than simple sensory-intake or reflex circuit activation. 2019-03-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
V Kirsch, R Boegle, D Keeser, E Kierig, B Ertl-Wagner, T Brandt, M Dieteric. Handedness-dependent functional organizational patterns within the bilateral vestibular cortical network revealed by fMRI connectivity based parcellation. NeuroImage vol 178 issue 2019 29787866 this network consists of multiple inter-hemisphere symmetric (not lateralized), well-connected (many rsn-assignments) multisensory areas (or hubs; e.g., superior temporal gyrus, temporo-parietal intersection) organized around an asymmetric (lateralized, "dominant") and functionally more specialized (few rsn-assignments) core region in the parieto-insular cortex. 2019-02-01 2022-01-13 Not clear
Yi-Chuan Chen, Charles Spenc. Hemispheric asymmetry: Looking for a novel signature of the modulation of spatial attention in multisensory processing. Psychonomic bulletin & review vol 24 issue 3 2018 27586002 we therefore suggest that the spatial asymmetry in attention may provide a useful signature of top-down attentional modulation in multisensory processing. 2018-01-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yi-Chuan Chen, Charles Spenc. Hemispheric asymmetry: Looking for a novel signature of the modulation of spatial attention in multisensory processing. Psychonomic bulletin & review vol 24 issue 3 2018 27586002 hemispheric asymmetry: looking for a novel signature of the modulation of spatial attention in multisensory processing. 2018-01-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Andreas Zwergal, Julia Schlichtiger, Guoming Xiong, Roswitha Beck, Lisa G\\xc3\\xbcnther, Roman Schniepp, Florian Sch\\xc3\\xb6berl, Klaus Jahn, Thomas Brandt, Michael Strupp, Peter Bartenstein, Marianne Dieterich, Mayank B Dutia, Christian la Foug\\xc3\\xa8r. Sequential [(18)F]FDG \\xc2\\xb5PET whole-brain imaging of central vestibular compensation: a model of deafferentation-induced brain plasticity. Brain structure & function vol 221 issue 1 2016 25269833 a significant asymmetry of rcgm appeared in the vestibular nuclei, vestibulocerebellum, thalamus, multisensory vestibular cortex, hippocampus and amygdala in the acute phase of vestibular imbalance (4\xc2\xa0h). 2016-10-14 2022-01-12 Not clear
David Logan, Tim Kiemel, John J Jek. Asymmetric sensory reweighting in human upright stance. PloS one vol 9 issue 6 2015 24959665 that is, changing platform motion amplitude altered the responses to both visual and support surface motion whereas changing visual scene motion amplitude did not significantly affect responses to support surface motion, indicating that the sensory integration scheme between somatosensation (at the support surface) and vision is asymmetric. 2015-03-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Eva Ekvall Hansson, M\\xc3\\xa5ns Magnusso. Vestibular asymmetry predicts falls among elderly patients with multi-sensory dizziness. BMC geriatrics vol 13 issue 2014 23875891 vestibular asymmetry predicts falls among elderly patients with multi-sensory dizziness. 2014-10-23 2022-01-12 Not clear
Michael T Lippert, Kentaroh Takagaki, Christoph Kayser, Frank W Oh. Asymmetric multisensory interactions of visual and somatosensory responses in a region of the rat parietal cortex. PloS one vol 8 issue 5 2013 23667650 asymmetric multisensory interactions of visual and somatosensory responses in a region of the rat parietal cortex. 2013-12-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Michael T Lippert, Kentaroh Takagaki, Christoph Kayser, Frank W Oh. Asymmetric multisensory interactions of visual and somatosensory responses in a region of the rat parietal cortex. PloS one vol 8 issue 5 2013 23667650 surprisingly, a selective asymmetry was observed in multisensory interactions: when the somatosensory response preceded the visual response, supra-linear summation of csd was observed, but the reverse stimulus order resulted in sub-linear effects in the csd. 2013-12-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
Massimo Grassi, Andrea Pava. The subjective duration of audiovisual looming and receding stimuli. Attention, perception & psychophysics vol 74 issue 6 2012 22653547 in contrast, the asymmetry in audiovision was moderate, suggesting that multisensory percepts arise from the integration of unimodal percepts in a maximum-likelihood fashion. 2012-12-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Emily C Forscher, Wen L. Hemispheric asymmetry and visuo-olfactory integration in perceiving subthreshold (micro) fearful expressions. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 32 issue 6 2012 22323728 critically, this interaction between multisensory synergy and hemispheric asymmetry in threat perception may underlie the multifaceted fear experiences of everyday life. 2012-03-27 2022-01-12 Not clear
Clara Suied, Nicolas Bonneel, Isabelle Viaud-Delmo. Integration of auditory and visual information in the recognition of realistic objects. Experimental brain research vol 194 issue 1 2009 19093105 our results show that immersive displays with large visual stimuli may provide large multimodal integration effects, and reveal a possible asymmetry in the attentional filtering of irrelevant auditory and visual information. 2009-04-24 2022-01-13 Not clear
Caterina Bertini, Fabrizio Leo, Elisabetta L\\xc3\\xa0dava. Temporo-nasal asymmetry in multisensory integration mediated by the Superior Colliculus. Brain research vol 1242 issue 2009 18501340 temporo-nasal asymmetry in multisensory integration mediated by the superior colliculus. 2009-02-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Caterina Bertini, Fabrizio Leo, Elisabetta L\\xc3\\xa0dava. Temporo-nasal asymmetry in multisensory integration mediated by the Superior Colliculus. Brain research vol 1242 issue 2009 18501340 the present study investigates temporo-nasal asymmetry in multisensory integration, and, by exploiting the absence of s-cone input to the sc, measures a behavioural response dependent strictly on the activity of the sc itself. 2009-02-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Patrick J Gannon, Nancy Kheck, Patrick R Ho. Leftward interhemispheric asymmetry of macaque monkey temporal lobe language area homolog is evident at the cytoarchitectural, but not gross anatomic level. Brain research vol 1199 issue 2008 18262172 the most marked leftward interhemispheric asymmetry of the human and great ape brain is present in a multisensory association area of the superior temporal gyrus. 2008-09-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marianne Dieteric. Central vestibular disorders. Journal of neurology vol 254 issue 5 2007 17417688 thus, vertigo is not a well-defined disease entity, but rather a multisensory syndrome that results when there is a pathological dysfunction of any of the stabilizing sensory systems (e.g., central vestibular disorders, peripheral vestibular diseases with asymmetric input into the vestibular nuclei). 2007-10-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Mary Pope Grattan, Michael N Nelson, Rosemary C White-Traut, Ushanalini Vasan, Guo-Guang Gu, Susan Litta. Sex differences in high-risk premature infants' asymmetric movement development. Physical & occupational therapy in pediatrics vol 25 issue 4 2006 16418113 the m-mobl data were analyzed using the categorical method (catmod) repeated measures analysis of variance (anovas) to compare the development of asymmetric movement patterns in: (1) non-injured and cns-injured high-risk, premature infants, (2) control and experimental infants who received multi-sensory stimulation, and (3) males and female infants. 2006-07-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
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