Published in Hospital Law Weekly, May 8th, 2008
"Participants performed an auditory frequency discrimination task in which auditory stimuli were paired with uninformative visual stimuli. Visual-auditory stimulus onset asynchrony was varied between -10 ms (sound first) to 80 ms without compromising perceptual simultaneity. In most stimulus onset asynchrony conditions,...
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