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Authors: Peter W. Battaglia, Robert A. Jacobs, and Richard N. Aslin COGS 272, Spring 2010 Instructor: Prof. AngelaYu Presenter:Vikram Gupta
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Introduction Background Methods Procedure Results Discussion
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Integration of multiple sensory and motor signals Sensory: binaural time, phase, intensity difference Motor: orientation of the head
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Typically, we receive consistent spatial cues What if this is not true? Ex: Movie theater, television Visual capture Vision dominates over conflicting auditory cue. Ex: recalibration in juvenile owl Optimal?
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WinnerTake All (ex. vision capture) Dominant signal exclusively decides Blend information from sensory sources Is blending statistically optimal? Example: Maximum Likelihood Estimate Assumption independent sensory signals, normal dist.
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