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Introduction to the Special Issue on Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2016, Suzhou)

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This editorial introduction briefly summarized the general information and keynote topics of 17th International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2016), which was held in Suzhou, China on June 15–18, 2016. In this IMRF2016 Multisensory Research special issue, seven papers have been collected. Some topics represent mainstream, traditional studies, while others show a range of multidisciplinary approaches. We categorized the main topics in this issue to four aspects: expertise in multisensory timing, neuronal signatures underlying cross-modal correspondence, coupling between perception and action, and lastly, a revisit of the principles for multisensory segregation and integration.

Affiliations: 1: 1School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences and Beijing Key Laboratory of Behavior and Mental Health, Peking University, Beijing, China ; 2: 2Department of Psychology, School of Education, SooChow University, Suzhou, China ; 3: 3Department of Psychology, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

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1. Goodman R., Crainic V., Bested S. R., Wijeyaratnam D. O., de Grosbois J., Tremblay L. (2018). "Amending ongoing upper-limb reaches: visual and proprioceptive contributions?" Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 455480.
2. Kim H. W., Nam H., Kim C. Y. (2018). "[i] is lighter and more greenish than [o]: intrinsic association between vowel sounds and colors", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 419437.
3. Kumar G. V., Kumar N., Roy D., Banerjee A. (2018). "Segregation and integration of cortical information processing underlying cross-modal perception", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 481500.
4. Landry S., Champoux F. (2018). "Long-term musical training alters tactile temporal-order judgment", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 373389.
5. McGurk H., Macdonald J. (1976). "Hearing lips and seeing voices", Nature Vol 264, 746748. [Crossref]
6. Shi X., Shen X., Qian X. (2018). "Grasping and pointing – visual conflict and interference", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 439454.
7. Timora J. R., Budd T. W. (2018). "Steady-state EEG and psychophysical measures of multisensory integration to cross-modally synchronous and asynchronous acoustic and vibrotactile amplitude modulation rate", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 391418.
8. Villanueva L., Zampini M. (2018). "Reciprocal interference between audition and touch in the perception of duration", Multisens. Res. Vol 31, 351371.

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