Show Thoughts

In Wilkinson et al.'s experiments, cats' performance in orienting towards near-threshold, medial visual stimuli was much improved by irrelevant auditory stimuli close to the visual stimuli and drastically degraded by irrelevant auditory stimuli far from the visual stimuli.

If visual stimuli were further to the edge of the visual field, then lateral auditory stimuli improved their detection rate even if they were disparate.