Argiro Vatakis, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Experimental Psychology University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Area:
Multisensory Integration, Crossmodal Processing
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Indraccolo A, Spence C, Vatakis A, et al. (2015) Combined effects of motor response, sensory modality, and stimulus intensity on temporal reproduction. Experimental Brain Research
Vatakis A, Ulrich R. (2014) Temporal processing within and across senses. Acta Psychologica. 147: 1
Sgouramani H, Vatakis A. (2014) "Flash" dance: how speed modulates percieved duration in dancers and non-dancers. Acta Psychologica. 147: 17-24
Vatakis A, Maragos P, Rodomagoulakis I, et al. (2012) Assessing the effect of physical differences in the articulation of consonants and vowels on audiovisual temporal perception. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 6: 71
Vatakis A, Ghazanfar AA, Spence C. (2008) Facilitation of multisensory integration by the "unity effect" reveals that speech is special. Journal of Vision. 8: 14.1-11
Vatakis A, Spence C. (2008) Investigating the effects of inversion on configural processing with an audiovisual temporal-order judgment task. Perception. 37: 143-60
Vatakis A, Navarra J, Soto-Faraco S, et al. (2008) Audiovisual temporal adaptation of speech: temporal order versus simultaneity judgments. Experimental Brain Research. 185: 521-9
Vatakis A, Spence C. (2008) Evaluating the influence of the 'unity assumption' on the temporal perception of realistic audiovisual stimuli. Acta Psychologica. 127: 12-23
Vatakis A, Spence C. (2007) How 'special' is the human face? Evidence from an audiovisual temporal order judgment task. Neuroreport. 18: 1807-11
Vatakis A, Spence C. (2007) Crossmodal binding: evaluating the "unity assumption" using audiovisual speech stimuli. Perception & Psychophysics. 69: 744-56
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