Exploring the integration of audiovisual information in the primate amygdala and adjacent regions

Humans and other primates can jointly make sense of different types of sensory information, including sounds, smells, shapes and so on. By integrating sensory stimuli in the brain, they can better understand the world around them, detecting potential threats, food and other objects that are crucial to their survival.

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