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In spatial perception, visual information has higher acuity than auditory information and we often misperceive sound-source locations when spatially disparate visual stimuli are presented simultaneously. Ventriloquists make good use of this auditory illusion. In this study, we investigated neural substrates of the ventriloquism effect to understand the neural mechanism of multimodal integration. This study was performed in 2 steps. First, we investigated how sound locations were represented indoi:10.1093/cercor/bhu306 pmid:25577576 pmcid:PMC4816779 fatcat:k3y66vcf7fexjlhffury3qjdwa