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Adj.1.cross-modal - relating to different sense modalities
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The reason is "cross-modal sensory compensation," in which continual exposure triggers your brain's reward sensors, creating satisfaction.
New research--The Smell of Healthy Choices: Cross-Modal Sensory Compensation Effects of Ambient Scent on Food Purchases--from professors at the University of South Florida and Louisiana State University may offer a new approach to using food aromas.
[23] introduce a cross-modal factor analysis (CFA) which learns a transformation matrix that calculates the correlation among the features from different types of media data.
Many studies show that the phenomenon of cross-modal neuroplasticity says that when the brain is depressed in participation in one sensory modality, will auguments other Senses in blind people.
Although the mechanisms of dual-task interference in the classical PRP paradigm have been extensively investigated, specific mechanisms underlying the cross-modal PRP paradigm are not well understood.
Experiment 2 studied whether cross-modal priming exists when modality changes from taste at study to smell at test.
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Moreover, this idea is also supported by findings made in primates [13, 20], ferrets [21], and cats [22] indicating that cross-modal integration of primary sensory cortices is widely conserved across mammalian species.
The researchers explained that musical training might improve speech perception in noisy environments via enhanced neural foundation in bottom-up auditory encoding, top-down speech motoric prediction and cross-modal auditory-motor integration.
It describes the current and planned R&D strategies used by USDOT to address the research needs within each area and highlights cross-modal research areas and collaborative initiatives.