Multisensory Research

(The TQCC of Multisensory Research is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Assessing the Role of Emotional Mediation in Explaining Crossmodal Correspondences Involving Musical Stimuli63
Temperature-Based Crossmodal Correspondences: Causes and Consequences40
Exploring Group Differences in the Crossmodal Correspondences23
Shitsukan — the Multisensory Perception of Quality22
Neuropsychological Approaches to Visually-Induced Vection: an Overview and Evaluation of Neuroimaging and Neurophysiological Studies20
The Effect of Motion Direction and Eccentricity on Vection, VR Sickness and Head Movements in Virtual Reality20
The Multisensory Experience of Handling and Reading Books19
Multisensory Interactions in Virtual Reality: Optic Flow Reduces Vestibular Sensitivity, but Only for Congruent Planes of Motion16
Multisensory Effects on Illusory Self-Motion (Vection): the Role of Visual, Auditory, and Tactile Cues15
Explaining Visual Shape–Taste Crossmodal Correspondences13
Metacognition and Crossmodal Correspondences Between Auditory Attributes and Saltiness in a Large Sample Study12
Impacts of Rotation Axis and Frequency on Vestibular Perceptual Thresholds11
Visuo-Proprioceptive Control of the Hand in Older Adults10
Audiovisual Multisensory Processing in Young Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder9
Typical Crossmodal Numerosity Perception in Preterm Newborns8
The Effects of Cue Reliability on Crossmodal Recalibration in Adults and Children8
The Shepard–Risset Glissando: Identifying the Origins of Metaphorical Auditory Vection and Motion Sickness8
Multisensory Integration of Emotion in Schizophrenic Patients8
The Detached Self: Investigating the Effect of Depersonalisation on Self-Bias in the Visual Remapping of Touch8
Reducing Cybersickness in 360-Degree Virtual Reality8
Assessing the Relationship Between Drive for Thinness and Taste–Shape Correspondences7
Crossmodal Correspondence between Music and Ambient Color Is Mediated by Emotion7
Neural Basis of the Sound-Symbolic Crossmodal Correspondence Between Auditory Pseudowords and Visual Shapes6
Reflections on Cross-Modal Correspondences: Current Understanding and Issues for Future Research6
Eyes on Emotion: Dynamic Gaze Allocation During Emotion Perception From Speech-Like Stimuli6
Can We Train Multisensory Integration in Adults? A Systematic Review5
Metacognition and Causal Inference in Audiovisual Speech5
Attentional Interactions Between Vision and Hearing in Event-Related Responses to Crossmodal and Conjunct Oddballs5
The Virtual Hand Illusion in Obesity: Dissociation Between Multisensory Interactions Supporting Illusory Experience and Self-Location Recalibration5
Exploring Crossmodal Associations Between Sound and the Chemical Senses: A Systematic Review Including Interactive Visualizations5
Serial Dependence of Emotion Within and Between Stimulus Sensory Modalities5
Reduced Temporal Sensitivity in Obesity: Evidence From a Simultaneity Judgement Task4
Visual Enhancement of Relevant Speech in a ‘Cocktail Party’4
Influence of Sensory Conflict on Perceived Timing of Passive Rotation in Virtual Reality4
Crossmodal Correspondence Between Tonal Hierarchy and Visual Brightness: Associating Syntactic Structure and Perceptual Dimensions Across Modalities4
Feeling the Beat (and Seeing It, Too): Vibrotactile, Visual, and Bimodal Rate Discrimination4