International Multisensory Research Forum
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14 - 17 June 2018
Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre
89 Chestnut St,
ON M5G 1R1,
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The University of Toronto and York University are proud to host the 19th Annual International Multisensory Research Forum in Toronto, Canada.
The International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF) provides a platform for scientists from around the world to highlight research investigating the neural processes across multiple sensory modalities and their impact on perception and behavior. IMRF seeks to showcase work from a wide variety of disciplines including neurophysiology, neuroantaomy, neuroimaging, psychophysics, computational psychology, app design, and clinical applications.
- Keynote talks by Dr. Charles Spence (Oxford) and Dr. Ladan Shams (UCLA) - A “Chocolate Symphony” to vividly demonstrate gustatory-auditory interactions - A satellite workshop on the Philosophy of Multisensory Perception
- Recovering from blindness - Multisensory space perception - Development of multisensory integration - Multisensory integration and the body - Vestibular cognition - Multisensory integration and aging - Where is my hand? - Crossmodal correspondences and language
Early bird registration is open!