Show Reference: "Crossmodal binding through neural coherence: implications for multisensory processing"

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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.

The temporal correlation hypothesis has been identified as a candidate mechanism for a neural solution of the binding problem.