The Effect of Combined Sensory and Semantic Components on Audio–Visual Speech Perception in Older Adults


Previous studies have found that perception in older people benefits from multisensory over unisensory information. As normal speech recognition is affected by both the auditory input and the visual lip movements of the speaker, we investigated the efficiency of audio and visual integration in an older population by manipulating the relative reliability of… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnagi.2011.00019


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