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Cross-modal integration used to be thought of as a feed-forward process. Nowadays, we acknowledge lateral and even cyclic feed-back streams of information.⇒
Synchronized oscillations have been hypothesized to be a potential mechanism for crossmodal integration.⇒
Synchronized oscillations has been implicated with a wide variety of sensorimotor and cognitive functions.⇒
The temporal correlation hypothesis suggests that synchronization of neural activity might be important in selecting and integrating information. ⇒