Multi-modal encoding of speech in memory: a first report

  title={Multi-modal encoding of speech in memory: a first report},
  author={David B. Pisoni and Helena M. Salda{\~n}a and Sonya M. Sheffert},
Why do people like to watch videos on TV? Why is there now increased interest in video telephones and multi-media technologies that were developed back in the 1960’s? Obviously, the availability of new digital technology has played an enormous role in this transition. But, we also believe this is in part due to the same operating principle that encourages listeners in noisy environments to orient toward a talker’s face. A multi-modal speech signal is extremely robust and informative and… CONTINUE READING

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