Some behavioral and neurobiological constraints on theories of audiovisual speech integration: a review and suggestions for new directions.

@article{Altieri2011SomeBA,
  title={Some behavioral and neurobiological constraints on theories of audiovisual speech integration: a review and suggestions for new directions.},
  author={Nicholas A. Altieri and David B. Pisoni and James T. Townsend},
  journal={Seeing and perceiving},
  year={2011},
  volume={24 6},
  pages={513-39}
}
Summerfield (1987) proposed several accounts of audiovisual speech perception, a field of research that has burgeoned in recent years. The proposed accounts included the integration of discrete phonetic features, vectors describing the values of independent acoustical and optical parameters, the filter function of the vocal tract, and articulatory dynamics of the vocal tract. The latter two accounts assume that the representations of audiovisual speech perception are based on abstract gestures… CONTINUE READING

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