Self-face and Self-voice in Audiovisual Speech Integration


This experiment used the McGurk effect to test the influence of identity on audiovisual speech. Participants recorded disyllables which were used to create McGurk stimuli. These stimuli were further manipulated so that the facial and vocal identities in each were either from the same speaker (matched) or from two different speakers (mismatched). When… (More)


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@inproceedings{YOU2011SelffaceAS, title={Self-face and Self-voice in Audiovisual Speech Integration}, author={CAN YOU and MCGURK YOURSELF and Christopher Aruffo and Bruce Milliken and Karin R. Humphreys and David Feinberg}, year={2011} }