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From: Grouping by feature of cross-modal flankers in temporal ventriloquism

Figure 2

Experimental manipulations of timing and cross-modal flanker similarity in a temporal ventriloquism paradigm based on Morein-Zamir et al.9. (A) Identical flankers presented synchronously with the onset of visual events. (B) When cross-modal flankers are presented synchronously but differ in modality (or feature within modality), TOJ performance is consistent with the perceived timing of the visual onsets being further apart. (C) When the flankers are identical and presented asynchronously to the visual onsets, TOJ performance is similarly improved (temporal ventriloquism). (D) When flankers differ and are presented asynchronously, TOJ performance is improved consistent with the timing of the visual onsets being even further apart.