Auditory-visual speech integration by prelinguistic infants: perception of an emergent consonant in the McGurk effect.

@article{Burnham2004AuditoryvisualSI,
  title={Auditory-visual speech integration by prelinguistic infants: perception of an emergent consonant in the McGurk effect.},
  author={Denis Burnham and Barbara Dodd},
  journal={Developmental psychobiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={45 4},
  pages={204-20}
}
The McGurk effect, in which auditory [ba] dubbed onto [ga] lip movements is perceived as "da" or "tha," was employed in a real-time task to investigate auditory-visual speech perception in prelingual infants. Experiments 1A and 1B established the validity of real-time dubbing for producing the effect. In Experiment 2, 4 1/2-month-olds were tested in a habituation-test paradigm, in which an auditory-visual stimulus was presented contingent upon visual fixation of a live face. The experimental… CONTINUE READING

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