Intersensory Processing Efficiency Protocol (IPEP)

Lorraine E. Bahrick
IPEP Description: The Intersensory Processing Efficiency Protocol (IPEP) is a novel protocol designed to assess fine-grained individual differences in the speed and accuracy of intersensory processing for audiovisual social and nonsocial events. It is appropriate for infants (starting at 3 months of age) as well as children and adults. The IPEP is an audiovisual search task requiring visually locating a sound-synchronized target event amidst 5 asynchronous distractor events. Visual attention is typically monitored using an...
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