The relationship between auditory-visual speech perception and language-specific speech perception at the onset of reading instruction in English-speaking children.

@article{Erdener2013TheRB,
  title={The relationship between auditory-visual speech perception and language-specific speech perception at the onset of reading instruction in English-speaking children.},
  author={Doğu Erdener and Denis Burnham},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={116 2},
  pages={
          120-38
        }
}
Speech perception is auditory-visual, but relatively little is known about auditory-visual compared with auditory-only speech perception. One avenue for further understanding is via developmental studies. In a recent study, Sekiyama and Burnham (2008) found that English speakers significantly increase their use of visual speech information between 6 and 8 years of age but that this development does not appear to be universal across languages. Here, the possible bases for this language-specific… CONTINUE READING

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