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Active Learning of Novel Sound-producing Objects: Motor Reactivation and Enhancement of Visuo-motor Connectivity
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
■ Our experience with the world commonly involves physical interaction with objects enabling us to learn associations between multisensory information perceived during an event and our actions that create an event. The interplay among active interactions during learning and multisensory integration of object properties is not well understood. To better understand how action might enhance multisensory associative recognition, we investigated the interplay among motor and perceptual systems afterdoi:10.1162/jocn_a_00284 pmid:22905816 fatcat:kaa5b7js2zb3pia76ggamdiprm