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Participants decide which of two (or more) unimodal cues (e.g. audio or video) was presented first (or sometimes second) in a crossmodal stimulus. Alternatively, unimodal (auditory, visual or tactile) temporal order judgments generally involve deciding which of two spatial locations was presented first.

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CONDITIONS

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CONTRASTS

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Term BIBLIOGRAPHY

Audiotactile temporal order judgments.
Zampini M, Brown T, Shore DI, Maravita A, Röder B, Spence C
Acta psychologica (Acta Psychol (Amst))
2005 Mar

Audiovisual synchrony perception for music, speech, and object actions.
Vatakis A, Spence C
Brain research (Brain Res)
2006 Sep 21