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Crossmodal Postdiction: Conscious Perception as Revisionist

Stiles, Noelle R. B. and Tanguay, Armand R., Jr. and Shimojo, Shinsuke (2022) Crossmodal Postdiction: Conscious Perception as Revisionist. Journal of Perceptual Imaging, 5 . Art. No. jpi0150. ISSN 2575-8144. PMCID PMC9028020. doi:10.2352/j.percept.imaging.2022.5.000403. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20220617-176930600

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Abstract

Postdiction occurs when later stimuli influence the perception of earlier stimuli. As the multisensory science field has grown in recent decades, the investigation of crossmodal postdictive phenomena has also expanded. Crossmodal postdiction can be considered (in its simplest form) the phenomenon in which later stimuli in one modality influence earlier stimuli in another modality (e.g., Intermodal Apparent Motion). Crossmodal postdiction can also appear in more nuanced forms, such as unimodal postdictive illusions (e.g., Apparent Motion) that are influenced by concurrent crossmodal stimuli (e.g., Crossmodal Influence on Apparent Motion), or crossmodal illusions (e.g., the Double Flash Illusion) that are influenced postdictively by a stimulus in one or the other modality (e.g., a visual stimulus in the Illusory Audiovisual Rabbit Illusion). In this review, these and other varied forms of crossmodal postdiction will be discussed. Three neuropsychological models proposed for unimodal postdiction will be adapted to the unique aspects of processing and integrating multisensory stimuli. Crossmodal postdiction opens a new window into sensory integration, and could potentially be used to identify new mechanisms of crossmodal crosstalk in the brain.


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Stiles, Noelle R. B.0000-0002-7352-5815
Shimojo, Shinsuke0000-0002-1290-5232
Additional Information:© 2022 Society for Imaging Science and Technology. Received Jan. 12, 2021; accepted for publication June 28, 2021; published online Sep. 24, 2021. Associate Editor: Fang Jiang. The authors gratefully acknowledge key insights and collaborative contributions from their colleagues Carmel A. Levitan, Monica Li, and Ishani Ganguly, as well as very useful comments from the reviewers. This research was supported in part by an Arnold O. Beckman Postdoctoral Scholar Fellowship, an NIH National Eye Institute K99/R00 BRAIN Initiative Award (1K99EY031987), an NIH National Eye Institute R01 Grant (1R01EY031761), and an NSF Biophotonics, Imaging, and Sensing Grant (CBET-1265062).
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Beckman FoundationUNSPECIFIED
NIH1K99EY031987
NIH1R01EY031761
NSFCBET-1265062
PubMed Central ID:PMC9028020
DOI:10.2352/j.percept.imaging.2022.5.000403
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Official Citation:Noelle R. B. Stiles, Armand R. Tanguay, Shinsuke Shimojo, "Crossmodal Postdiction: Conscious Perception as Revisionist History†" in Journal of Perceptual Imaging, 2022, pp 000403-1 - 000403-16, https://doi.org/10.2352/J.Percept.Imaging.2022.5.000403
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