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Research into the anatomical substrates and "principles" for integrating inputs from separate sensory surfaces has yielded divergent findings. This suggests that multisensory integration is flexible and context dependent and underlines the need for dynamically adaptive neuronal integration mechanisms. We propose that flexible multisensory integration can be explained by a combination of canonical, population-level integrative operations, such as oscillatory phase resetting and divisivedoi:10.1016/j.neuron.2014.02.044 pmid:24656248 pmcid:PMC4090761 fatcat:qesv45jkejbqnam3meh32fbqma