Acoustic cues to place of articulation and the McGurk effect: the role of release bursts, aspiration, and formant transitions.

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The McGurk effect demonstrates that the perceived place of articulation of an auditory consonant (such as/bi/) can be influenced by the simultaneous presentation of a videotape of a talker saying a conflicting consonant such as /gi/. Usually, such a presentation is perceived by observers as "di" or "delta i" (known as fusion responses). The reverse pairing… (More)

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@article{Green1997AcousticCT, title={Acoustic cues to place of articulation and the McGurk effect: the role of release bursts, aspiration, and formant transitions.}, author={Kerry P. Green and Linda W. Norrix}, journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR}, year={1997}, volume={40 3}, pages={646-65} }