Illustration of the Hypothesis: If multisensory training effects specific multisensory regions (a) the training should affect differently the two groups, hence this region is trained by receiving input from 3 different modalities in the Auditory-Visual-Somatosensory group and 2 in the Audio-Visual one.
<p>If training effects the interconnection of the structures (b) the effect should not differ between the groups, hence the trained structure is the same. MEG recordings of an audio-visual an auditory and a visual MMN were conducted pre- and post- training. The bold black lines mark the structures that are trained in each hypothesis. The grey and black shapes mark the structure that contributes to the results of the audio-visual MMN in each hypothesis.</p
Neuroscience, Physiology, Biological Sciences, multisensory, regions, trained, receiving, modalities, auditory-visual-somatosensory, audio-visual
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0036534.g001
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