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    Most models of multisensory integration make predictions only for response choices rather than for response times. Only very few models have been developed that try to make predictions for both response indices in a multisensory context – yet, those have ignored the problem of causal inference so far. We will investigate causal inference based on response times and choices.How does the brain arbitrate between information integration and segregation depending on time pressure and cognitive demands?
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