A reexamination of duplex perception evoked by intensity differences.

@article{Bailey1993ARO,
  title={A reexamination of duplex perception evoked by intensity differences.},
  author={Peter J. Bailey and Peter Herrmann},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1993},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={20-32}
}
Duplex perception is a term used to describe the simultaneous evocation of phonetic and nonphonetic percepts, a phenomenon held by some to reveal the operation of a specialized module for phonetic perception. In a widely cited experiment by Whalen and Liberman (1987), duplex percepts were created by replacing the third format transition in a synthetic syllable with a sinusoidal tone glide and manipulating the level of the glide relative to the rest of the syllable. We discuss this study, and… CONTINUE READING