Infants' attention is captured by the redundancy of amodal stimulation in multimodal objects and events. Evidence from this study demonstrates that intersensory redundancy can facilitate discrimination of rhythm changes presented in the visual modality alone in visually impaired infants, suggesting that multisensory rehabilitation strategies could prove helpful in this population.
- Audio-visual information
- Intersensory redundancy
- Visual impairment
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology