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Graph showing the continuing growth of the field of multisensory research. This bar graph highlights the number of articles indexed in PUBMED that included the terms ‘multisensory’, ‘crossmodal’, or ‘cross-modal’ in the title or abstract (2013 data as of February 2013).
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