subjective simultaneity

Multisensory simultaneity recalibration: storage of the aftereffect in the absence of counterevidence

Recent studies show that repeated exposure to an asynchrony between auditory and visual stimuli shifts the point of subjective simultaneity. Usually, the measurement stimuli used to assess this aftereffect are interleaved with short re-exposures to …

Recalibration of multisensory simultaneity: Cross-modal transfer coincides with a change in perceptual latency

After exposure to asynchronous sound and light stimuli, perceived audio-visual synchrony changes to compensate for the asynchrony. Here we investigate to what extent this audio-visual recalibration effect transfers to visual-tactile and audiotactile …