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Premotor Cortex Is Sensitive to Auditory–Visual Congruence for Biological Motion

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Wuerger, Sophie ; Parkes, Laura ; Lewis, P. A. ; Crocker-Buque, A. ; Rutschmann, Roland M. ; Meyer, Georg F.
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The auditory and visual perception systems have developed special processing strategies for ecologically valid motion stimuli, utilizing some of the statistical properties of the real world. A well-known example is the perception of biological motion, for example, the perception of a human walker. The aim of the current study was to identify the cortical network involved in the integration of ...


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