Perception of intersensory synchrony in audiovisual speech: not that special.

@article{Vroomen2011PerceptionOI,
  title={Perception of intersensory synchrony in audiovisual speech: not that special.},
  author={Jean Vroomen and Jeroen J. Stekelenburg},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2011},
  volume={118 1},
  pages={75-83}
}
Perception of intersensory temporal order is particularly difficult for (continuous) audiovisual speech, as perceivers may find it difficult to notice substantial timing differences between speech sounds and lip movements. Here we tested whether this occurs because audiovisual speech is strongly paired ("unity assumption"). Participants made temporal order judgments (TOJ) and simultaneity judgments (SJ) about sine-wave speech (SWS) replicas of pseudowords and the corresponding video of the face… CONTINUE READING