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© Oxford University Press 2004. All rights reserved. This chapter focuses on the issue of whether stimulation at around the same place and time, in more than one sensory modality, has any effects on perceptual processing and/or on covert spatial attention in humans. Topics discussed include exogenous spatial-cuing paradigms, initial studies of exogenous crossmodal spatial cuing, crossmodal cuing effects in speeded orthogonal spatial-cuing tasks, crossmodal cuing effects revealed by speeded 'implicit spatial discrimination' go/no-go tasks, and combined behavioural and electrophysiological evidence for visual-upon-auditory exogenous crossmodal spatial influences.

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Crossmodal Space and Crossmodal Attention

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