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In order to achieve a coherent and accurate representation of the environment, the brain binds together the inputs--for example, vision and audition--arriving from different senses. This process often occurs seamlessly and without any apparent effort or attention. However, researchers have now found that this integration of sensory signals can be disrupted when attention is diverted to a secondary task, suggesting that the integration, or "binding," does not occur as automatically as previously supposed. Read this news article at Medica News Today.