Nicolas M Smith

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An experiment was performed to test whether cross-modal speaker matches could be made using isolated visible speech movement information. Visible speech movements were isolated using a point-light technique. In five conditions, subjects were asked to match a voice to one of two (unimodal) speaking point-light faces on the basis of speaker identity. Two of(More)
We tested whether isolated visible articulatory information can be used for identifying familiar speakers. A facial point-light methodology was used to isolate the visible articulation of seven speakers. These point-light video clips were then shown to nine participants who had long-term personal interactions with the speakers. Results revealed that(More)
  • N M Smith
  • 1981
Investigated the relationship between children's level of cognitive development and their production of whole responses (W) on the Rorschach, Both quantitative and qualitative variations in W were examined, and level of cognitive functioning was assessed by Piagetian techniques. The findings indicate that there is a significant and positive relationship(More)
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