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Visual-tactile integration in speech perception: Evidence for modality neutral speech primitives.
Audio-visual [McGurk and MacDonald (1976). Nature 264, 746-748] and audio-tactile [Gick and Derrick (2009). Nature 462(7272), 502-504] speech stimuli enhance speech perception over audio stimuliExpand
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Quantification in Gitksan
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We provide a comprehensive overview of quantification in Gitksan, an endangered Interior Tsimshianic language spoken in British Columbia, Canada. Expand
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EFFECTS OF MOUTHING AND INTERLOCUTOR PRESENCE ON MOVEMENTS OF VISIBLE VS. NON-VISIBLE ARTICULATORS.
Speakers take into account what information a conversation partner requires in a given context in order to best understand an utterance. Despite growing evidence showing that movements of visibleExpand
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Visual-Tactile Speech Perception and the Autism Quotient
Multisensory information is integrated asymmetrically in speech perception: An audio signal can follow video by 240 milliseconds, but can precede video by only 60 ms, without disrupting the sense ofExpand
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Visual-tactile integration and individual differences in speech perception
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