Mark Wallace

Mark Wallace, Ph.D Laboratory Director

Director, Vanderbilt
Brain Institute

General References

Physiological Principles-Animal Modal

Multisensory Development

Behavioral Facilitation-Human Studies

General Reference

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Physiological Principles - Animal Model

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Multisensory Development

Carriere, B.N., et al., Visual deprivation alters the devel-opment of cortical multisensory integration. J Neurophysiol, 2007. 98(5): p. 2858-67.

Wallace, M.T. and B.E. Stein, Early experience determines how the senses will interact. J Neurophysiol, 2007. 97(1): p. 921-6.

Jiang, W., H. Jiang, and B.E. Stein, Neonatal cortical ablation disrupts multisensory development in superior colliculus. J Neurophysiol, 2006. 95(3): p. 1380-96.

Wallace, M.T., et al., The development of cortical multisensory integration. J Neurosci, 2006. 26(46): p. 11844-9.

Lewkowicz, D.J. and A.A. Ghazanfar, The decline of cross-species
intersensory perception in human infants. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2006. 103(17): p. 6771-4.

Lickliter, R. and L.E. Bahrick, Perceptual development and the origins of multisensory responsiveness, in The Handbook of Multisensory Processes, G.A. Calvert, C. Spence, and B.E. Stein, Editors. 2004, MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. p. 643-654.

Wallace, M.T., The development of multisensory integration, in The Handbook of Multisensory Processes, G.A. Calvert, C. Spence, and B.E. Stein, Editors. 2004, The MIT Press: Cambridge, MA. p. 683-700.

Wallace, M.T., et al., Visual experience is necessary for the development of multisensory integration. J Neurosci, 2004. 24(43): p. 9580-4.

Wallace, M.T. and B.E. Stein, Onset of cross-modal synthesis in the neonatal superior colliculus is gated by the development of cortical influences. J Neurophysiol, 2000. 83(6): p. 3578-82.

Wallace, M.T. and B.E. Stein, Development of multisensory neurons and multisensory integration in cat superior colliculus. J Neurosci, 1997. 17(7): p. 2429-2444.

Lewkowicz, D.J., Development of intersensory perception in human infants, in The development of intersensory perception: comparative perspectives, D.J. Lewkowicz and R. Lickliter, Editors. 1994, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates:
Hillsdale, NJ. p. 165-203.

King, A.J., et al., Developmental plasticity in the visual and auditory representations in the mammalian superior colliculus. Nature, 1988. 332: p. 73-76.

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Behavioral Facilitation - Human Studies

Hershenson, M., Reaction time as a measure of intersensory facilitation. J. Exp. Psychol., 1962. 63: p. 289-293.

Andreassi, J.L. and J.R. Greco, Effects of bisensory stimulation on reaction time and the evoked cortical potential. Physiol. Psychol., 1975. 3: p. 189-194.

Hughes, H.C., et al., Visual-auditory interactions in sensorimotor processing: saccades versus manual responses. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform, 1994. 20(1): p. 131-53.

Frens, M.A., A.J. Van Opstal, and R.F. Van Der Willigen, Spatial and temporal factors determine auditory-visual interactions in human saccadic eye movements. Percept. Psychophys., 1995. 57(6): p. 802-16.

Stein, B., et al., Enhancement of perceived visual intensity by auditory stimuli: a psychophysical analysis. J Cogn Neurosci, 1996. 8: p. 497-506.

Harrington, L.K. and C.K. Peck, Spatial disparity affects visual-auditory interactions in human sensorimotor processing. Exp Brain Res, 1998. 122(2): p. 247-52.

Corneil, B.D., et al., Auditory-visual interactions subserving goal-directed saccades in complex scene. J Neurophysiol, 2002. 88(1): p. 438-54.

Frassinetti, F., N. Bolognini, and E. Ladavas, Enhancement of visual perception by crossmodal visuo-auditory interactions. Exp Brain Res, 2002. 147(3): p. 332-43.

Forster, B., et al., Redundant target effect and intersensory facilitation from visual-tactile interactions in simple reaction time. Exp Brain Res, 2002 143(4): p. 480-7.

Hairston, W.D., et al., Visual localization ability influences cross-modal bias. J Cogn Neurosci, 2003. 15(1): p. 20-9.

Odgaard, E.C., Y. Arieh, and L.E. Marks, Cross-modal enhancement of perceived brightness: sensory interaction versus response bias. Percept Psychophys, 2003. 65(1): p. 123-32.

Lovelace, C.T., B.E. Stein, and M.T. Wallace, An irrelevant light enhances auditory detection in humans: a psychophysical analysis of multisensory integration in stimulus detection. Cognitive Brain Research, 2003. 17: p. 447-453.

Colonius, H. and A. Diederich, Multisensory interaction in saccadic reaction time: a time-window-of-integration model. J Cogn Neurosci, 2004. 16(6): p. 1000-9.

Diederich, A. and H. Colonius, Bimodal and trimodal multisensory enhancement: effects of stimulus onset and intensity on reaction time. Percept Psychophys, 2004. 66(8): p. 1388-404.

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