Mixing sound and vision: The interaction of auditory and visual information for earwitnesses of a crime scene

@article{Wright2005MixingSA,
  title={Mixing sound and vision: The interaction of auditory and visual information for earwitnesses of a crime scene},
  author={D. Wright and G. Wareham},
  journal={Legal and Criminological Psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={103-108}
}
  • D. Wright, G. Wareham
  • Published 2005
  • Psychology
  • Legal and Criminological Psychology
  • Purpose. Previous research has shown that visual information impairs the perception of the sound of individual syllables, often called the McGurk effect. In everyday life sounds are seldom heard as individual syllables, but are embedded in words, and these words within sentences. The purpose of this research is to see whether auditory and visual information interact in the perception of a contextually rich scene that is of forensic importance. Methods. Participants were shown a video of… CONTINUE READING

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