Argiro Vatakis
Argiro Vatakis
Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences & CSRI, Athens, Greece
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TitleCited byYear
Crossmodal binding: Evaluating the “unity assumption” using audiovisual speech stimuli
A Vatakis, C Spence
Perception & psychophysics 69 (5), 744-756, 2007
Exposure to asynchronous audiovisual speech extends the temporal window for audiovisual integration
J Navarra, A Vatakis, M Zampini, S Soto-Faraco, W Humphreys, C Spence
Cognitive Brain Research 25 (2), 499-507, 2005
Audiovisual synchrony perception for music, speech, and object actions
A Vatakis, C Spence
Brain research 1111 (1), 134-142, 2006
Audiovisual temporal adaptation of speech: temporal order versus simultaneity judgments
A Vatakis, J Navarra, S Soto-Faraco, C Spence
Experimental brain research 185 (3), 521-529, 2008
Evaluating the influence of the ‘unity assumption’on the temporal perception of realistic audiovisual stimuli
A Vatakis, C Spence
Acta psychologica 127 (1), 12-23, 2008
Implied motion from form in the human visual cortex
B Krekelberg, A Vatakis, Z Kourtzi
Journal of Neurophysiology 94 (6), 4373-4386, 2005
Oxford handbook of synesthesia
J Simner, EM Hubbard
Oxford University Press, 2013
Facilitation of multisensory integration by the “unity effect” reveals that speech is special
A Vatakis, AA Ghazanfar, C Spence
Journal of Vision 8 (9), 14-14, 2008
Audiovisual synchrony perception for speech and music assessed using a temporal order judgment task
A Vatakis, C Spence
Neuroscience letters 393 (1), 40-44, 2006
Temporal recalibration during asynchronous audiovisual speech perception
A Vatakis, J Navarra, S Soto-Faraco, C Spence
Experimental Brain Research 181 (1), 173-181, 2007
Subjective Time: The Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience of Temporality
V Arstila, D Lloyd
MIT Press, 2014
Audiovisual temporal integration for complex speech, object-action, animal call, and musical stimuli
A Vatakis, C Spence
Multisensory object perception in the primate brain, 95-121, 2010
A comparison of auditory and visual apparent motion presented individually and with crossmodal moving distractors
TZ Strybel, A Vatakis
Perception 33 (9), 1033-1048, 2004
The modulation of crossmodal integration by unimodal perceptual grouping: a visuotactile apparent motion study
G Lyons, D Sanabria, A Vatakis, C Spence
Experimental Brain Research 174 (3), 510-516, 2006
Assessing the effect of physical differences in the articulation of consonants and vowels on audiovisual temporal perception
A Vatakis, P Maragos, I Rodomagoulakis, C Spence
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 6, 2012
Crossmodal binding: Evaluating the
A Vatakis, C Spence
Temporal order judgments for audiovisual targets embedded in unimodal and bimodal distractor streams
A Vatakis, C Spence
Neuroscience letters 408 (1), 5-9, 2006
Evaluating the influence of frame rate on the temporal aspects of audiovisual speech perception
A Vatakis, C Spence
Neuroscience letters 405 (1-2), 132-136, 2006
The influence of synchronous audiovisual distractors on audiovisual temporal order judgments
A Vatakis, L Bayliss, M Zampini, C Spence
Perception & psychophysics 69 (2), 298-309, 2007
“Flash” dance: How speed modulates perceived duration in dancers and non-dancers
H Sgouramani, A Vatakis
Acta psychologica 147, 17-24, 2014
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