Impact of language on development of auditory-visual speech perception.

  title={Impact of language on development of auditory-visual speech perception.},
  author={Kaoru Sekiyama and Denis Burnham},
  journal={Developmental science},
  volume={11 2},
The McGurk effect paradigm was used to examine the developmental onset of inter-language differences between Japanese and English in auditory-visual speech perception. Participants were asked to identify syllables in audiovisual (with congruent or discrepant auditory and visual components), audio-only, and video-only presentations at various signal-to-noise levels. In Experiment 1 with two groups of adults, native speakers of Japanese and native speakers of English, the results on both percent… CONTINUE READING
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