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The process by which unisensory signals are combined to form a new product. It is operationally defined as a multisensory response (neural or behavioral) that is significantly different from the responses evoked by the modality-specific component stimuli
Perception
RPoldrack about five years ago.

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    "definition from Stein et al. (2009) Experimental brain research 198: 113-26. doi:10.1007/s00221-009-1880-8.)"
    RPoldrack (about five years ago)

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    Definition contributed by SLove about six years ago:The neural process by which unisensory signals are combined to form a new product. It is operationally defined as a multisensory response (neural or behavioral) that is significantly different from the responses evoked by the modality-specific component stimuli (from, Stein et al. (2009) Experimental brain research 198: 113-26. doi:10.1007/s00221-009-1880-8.)

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