Audio-visual speech experience with age influences perceived audio-visual asynchrony in speech.

@article{Alm2013AudiovisualSE,
  title={Audio-visual speech experience with age influences perceived audio-visual asynchrony in speech.},
  author={Magnus Alm and Dawn M. Behne},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={134 4},
  pages={3001-10}
}
Previous research indicates that perception of audio-visual (AV) synchrony changes in adulthood. Possible explanations for these age differences include a decline in hearing acuity, a decline in cognitive processing speed, and increased experience with AV binding. The current study aims to isolate the effect of AV experience by comparing synchrony judgments from 20 young adults (20 to 30 yrs) and 20 normal-hearing middle-aged adults (50 to 60 yrs), an age range for which a decline of cognitive… CONTINUE READING
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