Audiovisual perception of Swedish vowels with and without conflicting cues

@inproceedings{hrstrm2004AudiovisualPO,
  title={Audiovisual perception of Swedish vowels with and without conflicting cues},
  author={Niklas {\"O}hrstr{\"o}m and Hartmut Traunm{\"u}ller},
  year={2004}
}
Auditory, visual and audiovisual syllables with and without conflicting vowel cues (/i y e ø/) presented to men and women showed (1) most to perceive roundedness by eye rather than by ear, (2) a mostly male minority to be less relying on vision, (3) presence of lip rounding to be noticed more easily than absence, and (4) all to perceive openness by ear rather than by eye. 

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