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Reactions to cross-sensory stimuli can be faster than the fastest reaction to any one of the constituent uni-sensory stimuli (as would be predicted by the race model.).

The enhancements in response latencies in Laurenti et al.'s audio-visual color discrimination experiments were greater (response latencies were shorter) than predicted by the race model.

Human children often react to multi-sensory stimuli faster than they do to uni-sensory stimuli. However, the latencies they exhibit up to a certain age do not violate the race model as they do in adult humans.

The race model of multi-sensory integration assumes that the reaction to a multi-sensory stimulus is as fast as the fastest reaction any of the individual stimuli.