Illusory continuity of interrupted speech: speech rate determines durational limits.


Deleted segments of speech can be restored perceptually if they are replaced by a louder noise. An earlier study of this "phonemic restoration effect" found that, when recorded discourse was interrupted periodically by noise, the durational limit for illusory continuity corresponded to the average word duration. The present study employed a different… (More)


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