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We examined how information flowing through the action-perception loop transfers across senses. I will review the results of our studies exploring movement guided by vision compared to movement guided by the EyeMusic sensory-substitution device, and how the two may interact. I will argue that sensory-motor learning is not sensory-modality-specific, and that novel sensory-motor information can be transferred between sensory modalities. I will conclude by outlining the important implications of these findings for visual rehabilitation, and for the visually impaired.

We examined how information flowing through the action-perception loop transfers across senses. I will review the results of our studies exploring movement guided by vision compared to movement guided by the EyeMusic sensory-substitution device, and how the two may interact. I will argue that sensory-motor learning is not sensory-modality-specific, and that novel sensory-motor information can be transferred between sensory modalities. I will conclude by outlining the important implications of these findings for visual rehabilitation, and for the visually impaired.

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2013-05-16
2016-12-06

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