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    The visual speech head start improves perception and reduces superior temporal cortex responses to auditory speech

    Patrick J Karas et al.
    Human perception and brain responses differ between words, in which mouth movements are visible before the voice is heard, and words, for which the reverse is true.
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    Mesoscopic-scale functional networks in the primate amygdala

    Jeremiah K Morrow et al.
    Multivariate data decomposition applied to local field potentials recorded from the primate amygdala revealed simultaneously active and functionally distinct networks, defined by anatomical boundaries between the nuclei.
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    Optimal multisensory decision-making in a reaction-time task

    Jan Drugowitsch et al.
    Through a combination of modeling and experiments it is shown that humans can near-optimally accumulate decision-related evidence across time and cues even when reaction time is under their control.
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    Contextual and cross-modality modulation of auditory cortical processing through pulvinar mediated suppression

    Xiao-lin Chou et al.
    Electrophysiological recording and optogenetic manipulation approaches reveal that a multisensory bottom-up SC-LP-A1 pathway plays a role in contextual and cross-modality modulation of auditory cortical processing.
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    Auditory selective attention is enhanced by a task-irrelevant temporally coherent visual stimulus in human listeners

    Ross K Maddox et al.
    Faced with multiple sources of sound, humans can better perceive all of a target sound's features when one of those features changes in time with a visual stimulus.
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    Contributions of local speech encoding and functional connectivity to audio-visual speech perception

    Bruno L Giordano et al.
    Seeing a speaker's face aids comprehension by facilitating functional connectivity between the temporal and frontal lobes.
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    Acoustic duetting in Drosophila virilis relies on the integration of auditory and tactile signals

    Kelly M LaRue et al.
    Quantitative behavioral assays and modeling show that acoustic duetting in Drosophila during courtship relies on the detection of precisely timed cues via multiple sensory channels.
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    Lapses in perceptual decisions reflect exploration

    Sashank Pisupati et al.
    During perceptual decision-making, some errors on easy decisions (lapses) are not simply mistakes, but instead reflect strategic decisions to explore actions associated with uncertain rewards.
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    Variance adaptation in navigational decision making

    Ruben Gepner et al.
    Fruit fly larvae adapt their decision-making process to the variability of the environment, illuminating the structure of adaptation in the underlying neural substrates.
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    Contribution of correlated noise and selective decoding to choice probability measurements in extrastriate visual cortex

    Yong Gu et al.
    Addressing the controversy regarding the interpretation of choice probabilities demonstrates that both readout strategy and noise correlations contribute to the link between neural activity and perceptual decisions.