Crossmodal Research Laboratory (Spence Lab)
I am interested in spatial attention and information processing. My current research focuses on how auditory cues facilitate the perception of visual stimuli in 3D space.
More broadly, I am interested in what makes information informative, and, not only how but also, why multisensory (or any type of information) integration happens. From a different perspective, I am interested in what makes information relevant to other types of information, and how we can increase/decease the level of relevance of one type of information from/to another.
Assessing the influence of sound parameters on crossmodal cuing in different regions of space.
Lee J. and Spence C., (2018), Acta Psychol (Amst), 185, 96 - 103
Responding to sounds from unseen locations: crossmodal attentional orienting in response to sounds presented from the rear.
Spence C. et al, (2017), Eur J Neurosci
On the spatial specificity of audiovisual crossmodal exogenous cuing effects.
Lee J. and Spence C., (2017), Acta Psychol (Amst), 177, 78 - 88
Audiovisual crossmodal cuing effects in front and rear space.
Lee J. and Spence C., (2015), Front Psychol, 6