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2013Amplitude-modulated auditory stimuli influence selection of visual spatial frequenciesAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyAmplitude-modulated auditory stimuli influence selection of visual spatial frequencies, Journal of Vision, vol.13, 3, 2013,pp 1-17
2015Auditory frequency perception adapts rapidly to the immediate pastAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyAuditory frequency perception adapts rapidly to the immediate past, Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, vol.77, 3, 2015,pp 896-906
2013Cross-modal associations between vision, touch, and audition influence visual search through top-down attention, not bottom-up captureAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCross-modal associations between vision, touch, and audition influence visual search through top-down attention, not bottom-up capture, Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, vol.75, 8, 2013,pp 1892-1905
2016Crossmodal Correspondence Between Auditory Pitch and Visual Elevation Affects Temporal VentriloquismAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyCrossmodal Correspondence Between Auditory Pitch and Visual Elevation Affects Temporal Ventriloquism, Perception, vol.45, 4, 2016,pp 409-424
2014Discrimination Contours for Moving Sounds Reveal Duration and Distance Cues Dominate Auditory Speed PerceptionAlais, David; Carlile, Simon; Leung, Johahn; Orchard-Mills, Emily; Wufong, Ella Waymun; Freeman, Tom; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Psychology; PsychologyDiscrimination Contours for Moving Sounds Reveal Duration and Distance Cues Dominate Auditory Speed Perception, PLoS One, vol.9, 7, 2014,pp e102864 -1-e102864 -10
2013A Mechanism for detecting coincidence of auditory and visual spatial signalsAlais, David; Carlile, Simon; Leung, Johahn; Orchard-Mills, Emily; Burr, David; Morrone, Maria Concetta; Wufong, Ella; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; PsychologyA Mechanism for detecting coincidence of auditory and visual spatial signals, Multisensory Research, vol.26, 4, 2013,pp 333-345
2016Poorer Resolution for Audiotactile Than for Audiovisual Synchrony Detection in Cluttered DisplaysAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyPoorer Resolution for Audiotactile Than for Audiovisual Synchrony Detection in Cluttered Displays, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol.42, 7, 2016,pp 953-964
2015Rapid temporal recalibration is unique to audiovisual stimuliAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyRapid temporal recalibration is unique to audiovisual stimuli, Experimental Brain Research, vol.233, 1, 2015,pp 53-59
2016Six Degrees of Auditory Spatial SeparationAlais, David; Carlile, Simon; Fox, Alex; Leung, Johahn; Orchard-Mills, Emily; Psychology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; PsychologySix Degrees of Auditory Spatial Separation, JARO (Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology), vol.17, 3, 2016,pp 209-221
2015True and Perceived Synchrony are Preferentially Associated with Particular Sensory PairingsAlais, David; Orchard-Mills, Emily; van der Burg, Erik; Noel, Jean-Paul; Wallace, Mark T; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyTrue and Perceived Synchrony are Preferentially Associated with Particular Sensory Pairings, Scientific Reports, vol.5, N/A, 2015,pp 1-8
2015Visuotactile Temporal Recalibration Transfers Across Different LocationsAlais, David; Ho, Hao Tam; Orchard-Mills, Emily; Psychology; Psychology; PsychologyVisuotactile Temporal Recalibration Transfers Across Different Locations, Multisensory Research, vol.28, N/A, 2015,pp 351-370