Exploring the spatial frequency requirements of audio-visual speech using superimposed facial motion

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While visually complex stimuli such as human faces contain information across a wide range of spatial frequencies, information related to specific perceptual judgements may be concentrated in distinct spatial frequency bands. For example, previous work on static face perception has shown that face recognition relies primarily on low spatial frequency… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shiller2003ExploringTS, title={Exploring the spatial frequency requirements of audio-visual speech using superimposed facial motion}, author={Douglas M. Shiller and Christian Kroos and Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson and Kevin G. Munhall}, booktitle={AVSP}, year={2003} }