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The integration of visual and haptic input can facilitate object recognition. Yet, vision might dominate visuo-haptic interactions as it is more effective than haptics in processing several object features in parallel and recognizing objects outside of reaching space. The maximum likelihood approach of multisensory integration would predict that haptics as the less efficient sense for object recognition gains more from integrating additional visual information than vice versa. To test fordoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.09.054 pmid:23032487 fatcat:xkrh6lsphjfexf5ggg4pxaicuy