Cross-modal Association between Auditory and Visuospatial Information in Mandarin Tone Perception in Noise by Native and Non-native Perceivers

@inproceedings{Hannah2017CrossmodalAB,
  title={Cross-modal Association between Auditory and Visuospatial Information in Mandarin Tone Perception in Noise by Native and Non-native Perceivers},
  author={Beverly Hannah and Yue Wang and Allard Jongman and Joan A. Sereno and Jiguo Cao and Yunlong Nie},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2017}
}
Speech perception involves multiple input modalities. Research has indicated that perceivers establish cross-modal associations between auditory and visuospatial events to aid perception. Such intermodal relations can be particularly beneficial for speech development and learning, where infants and non-native perceivers need additional resources to acquire and process new sounds. This study examines how facial articulatory cues and co-speech hand gestures mimicking pitch contours in space… CONTINUE READING
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