Speech Misperception: Speaking and Seeing Interfere Differently with Hearing

@inproceedings{Mochida2013SpeechMS,
  title={Speech Misperception: Speaking and Seeing Interfere Differently with Hearing},
  author={Takemi Mochida and Toshitaka Kimura and Sadao Hiroya and Norimichi Kitagawa and Hiroaki Gomi and Tadahisa Kondo},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
Speech perception is thought to be linked to speech motor production. This linkage is considered to mediate multimodal aspects of speech perception, such as audio-visual and audio-tactile integration. However, direct coupling between articulatory movement and auditory perception has been little studied. The present study reveals a clear dissociation between the effects of a listener's own speech action and the effects of viewing another's speech movements on the perception of auditory phonemes… CONTINUE READING
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