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Previous studies have shown that processing information in one sensory modality can either be enhanced or attenuated by concurrent stimulation of another modality. Here, we reconcile these apparently contradictory results by showing that the sign of cross-modal interactions depends on whether the content of two modalities is associated or not. When concurrently presented auditory and visual stimuli are paired by chance, cue-induced preparatory neural activity is strongly enhanced in thedoi:10.1523/jneurosci.1457-06.2006 pmid:17122051 fatcat:fh7rpwo6infbbiuwpn2kbzydsq