Seeing and Perceiving 24 (2011) 351–367 brill.nl/sp Cerebral Correlates and Statistical Criteria of Cross-Modal Face and Voice Integration ∗ Scott A. Love 1 , ∗∗ , Frank E. Pollick 1 and Marianne Latinus 1 , 2 1 School of Psychology, University of Glasgow, 58 Hillhead Street, Glasgow G12 8QB, UK 2 Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging (CCNi), Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Glasgow, 58 Hillhead Street, Glasgow G12 8QB, UK Received 14 January 2011; accepted 18 May 2011 Abstract Perception of faces and voices plays a prominent role in human social interaction, making multisensory integration of cross-modal speech a topic of great interest in cognitive neuroscience. How to define po- tential sites of multisensory integration using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is currently under debate, with three statistical criteria frequently used (e.g., super-additive, max and mean criteria). In the present fMRI study, 20 participants were scanned in a block design under three stimulus conditions: dynamic unimodal face, unimodal voice and bimodal face–voice. Using this single dataset, we examine all these statistical criteria in an attempt to define loci of face–voice integration. While the super-additive and mean criteria essentially revealed regions in which one of the unimodal responses
Seeing and Perceiving (continuation of Spatial Vision from 2010 and continued as Multisensory Research from 2013) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2011
Keywords: FMRI; CONNECTIVITY; AUDIOVISUAL; MULTISENSORY; SPEECH; SUPER-ADDITIVE
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