Show Reference: "Corticocortical Connectivity of Cross-Modal Circuits"

Corticocortical Connectivity of Cross-Modal Circuits In The Handbook of Multisensory Processes (2004), pp. 343-355 by M. Alex Meredith edited by Gemma Calvert, Charles Spence, Barry E. Stein
    author = {Meredith, M. Alex},
    booktitle = {The Handbook of Multisensory Processes},
    chapter = {21},
    citeulike-article-id = {13377402},
    editor = {Calvert, Gemma and Spence, Charles and Stein, Barry E.},
    keywords = {aes, aev, biology, cortex, faes, multisensory-integration},
    pages = {343--355},
    posted-at = {2014-09-29 13:07:23},
    priority = {2},
    publisher = {The MIT Press},
    title = {Corticocortical Connectivity of {Cross-Modal} Circuits},
    year = {2004}

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fAES is not tonotopic. Instead, its neurons are responsive to spatial features of sounds. No spatial map has been found in fAES (until at least 2004).

AEV is partially, but not consistently, retinotopic.

SIV is somatotopically organized.

RFs in AEV are relatively large.