Browsing by Author "Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-"

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  • Calabro, Finnegan; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Vaina, Lucia M. (Royal Society, 2011)
    In humans, as well as most animal species, perception of object motion is critical to successful interaction with the surrounding environment. Yet, as the observer also moves, the retinal projections of the various motion ...
  • Weikum, Whitney M.; Vouloumanos, Athena; Navarra, Jordi; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Sebastián Gallés, Núria; Werker, Janet F. (Frontiers, 2013)
    Adults as well as infants have the capacity to discriminate languages based on visual speech alone. Here, we investigated whether adults' ability to discriminate languages based on visual speech cues is influenced by the ...
  • Ruzzoli, Manuela; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Elsevier, 2014)
    An intriguing question in neuroscience concerns how somatosensory events on the skin are represented in the human brain. Since Head and Holmes’ [1] neuropsychological dissociation between localizing touch on the skin and ...
  • Morís Fernández, Luis, 1982-; Macaluso, Emiliano; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Wiley, 2017)
    There are two main behavioral expressions of multisensory integration (MSI) in speech; the perceptual enhancement produced by the sight of the congruent lip movements of the speaker, and the illusory sound perceived when ...
  • Morís Fernández, Luis, 1982- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2016-06-03)
    Events in our environment do rarely excite only one sensory pathway, but usually involve several modalities offering complimentary information. These different informations are usually integrated into a single percept ...
  • Biau, Emmanuel, 1985- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2015-11-13)
    Speakers naturally accompany their speech with hand gestures and extend the auditory prosody to visual modality through rapid beat gestures that help them to structure their narrative and emphasize relevant information. ...
  • Biau, Emmanuel, 1985-; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Elsevier, 2013)
    Spontaneous beat gestures are an integral part of the paralinguistic context during face-to-face conversations. Here we investigated the time course of beat-speech integration in speech perception by measuring ERPs evoked ...
  • Pápai, Márta Szabina, 1987- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2017-10-26)
    Diariamente recibimos mucha información que procede simultáneamente de distintos sentidos, que se combina en el cerebro para conseguir una respuesta rápida y precisa. Muchas veces, esto ocurre mediante la integración ...
  • Castro Santa, Juana; Exadaktylos, Filippos; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    Is collaboration the fast choice for humans? Past studies proposed that cooperation is a behavioural default, based on Response Times (RT) findings. Here we contend that the individual’s reckoning of the immediate social ...
  • Nakagawa, Tristan T. (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2015-03-11)
    Ongoing spontaneous brain activity patterns raise ever-growing interest in the neuroscience community. Complex spatiotemporal patterns that emerge from a structural core and interactions of functional dynamics have been ...
  • Mühlberg, Stefanie, 1986-; Oriolo, Giovanni; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014)
    Prior studies have repeatedly reported behavioural benefits to events occurring at attended, compared to unattended, points in time. It has been suggested that, as for spatial orienting, temporal orienting of attention ...
  • Mühlberg, Stefanie, 1986-; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Springer, 2018)
    Temporal orienting leads to well-documented behavioural benefits for sensory events occurring at the anticipated moment. However, the consequences of temporal orienting in cross-modal contexts are still unclear. On the one ...
  • Sánchez García, Carolina, 1984-; Enns, James T.; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Springer, 2013)
    The sight of a speaker’s facial movements during the perception of a spoken message can benefit speech processing through online predictive mechanisms. Recent evidence suggests that these predictive mechanisms can operate ...
  • Sánchez García, Carolina, 1984-; Alsius, Agnès; Enns, James T.; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (Public Library of Science (PLoS), 2011)
    Speech perception often benefits from vision of the speaker's lip movements when they are available. One potential mechanism underlying this reported gain in perception arising from audio-visual integration is on-line ...
  • Sánchez García, Carolina, 1984- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2013-11-29)
    El objetivo de esta tesis es investigar los mecanismos predictivos que operan de forma online durante la percepción audiovisual de una lengua. La idea de que existen mecanismos predictivos que actúan a distintos niveles ...
  • Pannunzi, Mario; Pérez-Bellido, Alexis; Pereda-Baños, Alexandre; López-Moliner, Joan; Deco, Gustavo; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970- (American Physiological Society, 2015)
    The mechanisms responsible for the integration of sensory information from different modalities have become a topic of intense interest in psychophysics and neuroscience. Many authors now claim that early, sensory-based ...
  • Navarra, Jordi; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Spence, Charles (Elsevier, 2014)
    We investigated the extent to which people can discriminate between languages on the basis of their characteristic temporal, rhythmic information, and the extent to which this ability generalizes across sensory modalities. ...
  • Hartcher-O'Brien, Jess; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Adam, Ruth; Adam, Ruth (Frontiers, 2017)
  • Alsius, Agnès; Möttönen, Riikka; Sams, Mikko E.; Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Tiippana, Kaisa (Frontiers, 2014)
    Seeing articulatory movements influences perception of auditory speech. This is often reflected in a shortened latency of auditory event-related potentials (ERPs) generated in the auditory cortex. The present study addressed ...
  • Soto-Faraco, Salvador, 1970-; Azañón Gracia, Elena (Elsevier, 2013)
    Orienting our gaze or attention to the location of tactile events in the skin feels natural and effortless. However, this process requires combining somatosensory and proprioceptive information in a non-trivial, time ...