Cross-modal discrepancies in coarticulation and the integration of speech information: the McGurk effect with mismatched vowels.

@article{Green1995CrossmodalDI,
  title={Cross-modal discrepancies in coarticulation and the integration of speech information: the McGurk effect with mismatched vowels.},
  author={Kerry P. Green and Anthony M Gerdeman},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1995},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={1409-26}
}
Two experiments examined the impact of a discrepancy in vowel quality between the auditory and visual modalities on the perception of a syllable-initial consonant. One experiment examined the effect of such a discrepancy on the McGurk effect by cross-dubbing auditory /bi/ tokens onto visual /ga/ articulations (and vice versa). A discrepancy in vowel… CONTINUE READING