This editorial introduction briefly summarized the general information and keynote topics of 17th International Multisensory Research Forum (IMRF 2016), which was held in Suzhou, China on June 15–18, 2016. In this IMRF2016 Multisensory Research special issue, seven papers have been collected. Some topics represent mainstream, traditional studies, while others show a range of multidisciplinary approaches. We categorized the main topics in this issue to four aspects: expertise in multisensory timing, neuronal signatures underlying cross-modal correspondence, coupling between perception and action, and lastly, a revisit of the principles for multisensory segregation and integration.
TimoraJ. R.BuddT. W. (2018).
Steady-state EEG and psychophysical measures of multisensory integration to cross-modally synchronous and asynchronous acoustic and vibrotactile amplitude modulation rate,