Exposure to asynchronous audiovisual speech extends the temporal window for audiovisual integration.

@article{Navarra2005ExposureTA,
  title={Exposure to asynchronous audiovisual speech extends the temporal window for audiovisual integration.},
  author={Jordi Navarra and Argiro Vatakis and M. Zampini and Salvador Soto-Faraco and W Griffith Humphreys and Charles Spence},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={499-507}
}
We examined whether monitoring asynchronous audiovisual speech induces a general temporal recalibration of auditory and visual sensory processing. Participants monitored a videotape featuring a speaker pronouncing a list of words (Experiments 1 and 3) or a hand playing a musical pattern on a piano (Experiment 2). The auditory and visual channels were either presented in synchrony, or else asynchronously (with the visual signal leading the auditory signal by 300 ms; Experiments 1 and 2). While… CONTINUE READING
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