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The McGurk effect is a well-known illustration that demonstrates the influence of visual information on hearing in the context of speech perception. Some studies have reported that individuals with… Continue Reading
The McGurk effect is a perceptual phenomenon that demonstrates interaction between hearing and vision in speech perception. This effect may be experienced when a visual of the production of a phoneme… Continue Reading
The McGurk effect is a perceptual phenomenon that an observer would perceive the intermediate phoneme when a speaking movie dubbed with an incongruent voice is presented. Several autism spectrum… Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Objective: We aimed to clarify the validity of fNIRS measurement for assessing the methylphenidate (MPH) induced neuropharmacological effect in medication-naive children with attention… Continue Reading
The human perceptual system enables us to extract visual properties of an object’s material from auditory information. In monkeys, the neural basis underlying such multisensory association develops… Continue Reading
The McGurk effect is a well-known illustration that demonstrates the influence of visual information to hearing in speech perception. Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) show weaker… Continue Reading
This reply is motivated by Sahay's comments on the paper published by Mendonca Filho et al. (2010) dealing with the effect of concentration of an organic matter on optical maturity parameters. Four… Continue Reading
A weaker McGurk effect is observed in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD); weaker integration is considered to be the key to understanding how low-order atypical processing leads to the...
We investigate the behavior of interacting one-dimensional systems using linear (close to equilibrium) and non-linear transport measurements of split-gate quantum wires of varying channel length. Our… Continue Reading