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by Andrew J. Bremner,David J. Lewkowicz,Charles Spence

Author: Andrew J. Bremner,David J. Lewkowicz,Charles Spence
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 7, 2012)
Pages: 392 pages
Category: Medicine
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Multisensory Development. The first book to explore a deceptively complex feat of human nature - how we develop the ability to successfully integrate our senses

Multisensory Development. The first book to explore a deceptively complex feat of human nature - how we develop the ability to successfully integrate our senses. For cognitive and developmental cientists. Multisensory Development.

by Andrew J. Bremner (Author), David J. Lewkowicz (Author), Charles Spence (Author) & 0 more

by Andrew J. Lewkowicz (Author), Charles Spence (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0199586059.

Multisensory Development (Hardback). Independently readable chapters provide effective overviews of key issues in vision. The narrative is clean and clear.

The development of multisensory body representation and awareness continues to 10years of age: evidence from the rubber hand illusion. D Cowie, S Sterling, AJ Bremner

The development of multisensory body representation and awareness continues to 10years of age: evidence from the rubber hand illusion. D Cowie, S Sterling, AJ Bremner. Journal of experimental child psychology 142, 230-238, 2016. Effects of posture on tactile localization by 4 years of age are modulated by sight of the hands: evidence for an early acquired external spatial frame of reference for touch. J Begum Ali, D Cowie, AJ Bremner. Developmental Science 17 (6), 935-943, 2014.

Multisensory Development book. This book is unique in exploring this extraordinary feat of human nature - how we develop the ability to integrate our senses.

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We consider two aspects of the development of multisensory processing. Our daily perceptual experiences are, almost without exception, multisensory.

Crucially, this volume also tackles questions about how multisensory development comes about. This is achieved through a consideration of developmental processes throughout, and also through coverage of development across a wide range of groups.

However, little is known of the relation between multisensory development and the emerging sense of self. The multisensory approach to development. Andrew J Bremner, David J. Lewkowicz, C Spence. 3. View via Publisher. We investigated this questio. More). 5. 7. View PDF. Cite. The Neural Basis of Somatosensory Remapping Develops in Human Infancy.

We perceive and understand our environment using many sensory systems-vision, touch, hearing, taste, smell, and proprioception. These multiple sensory modalities not only give us complementary sources of information about the environment but also an understanding that is richer and more complex than one modality alone could achieve. As adults, we integrate the multiple signals from these sense organs into unified functional representations. However, the ease with which we accomplish this feat belies its computational complexity. Not only do the senses convey information about the environment in different neural codes, but the relationship between the senses frequently changes when, for example, the body changes posture (e.g. when the eyes move in their sockets), or indeed shape, when the body grows across development. These computational problems prompt an important question which represents the key focus of this book: How do we develop the ability to integrate the senses? While there is a considerable literature on the development of single senses, such as vision or hearing, few books have considered the development of all our senses, and more importantly, how they develop the ability to work with each other.This book is unique in exploring this extraordinary feat of human nature - how we develop the ability to integrate our senses. It will be an important book for all those in the fields of cognitive and developmental neuroscience.