The word superiority effect in audiovisual speech perception

@article{Fort2010TheWS,
  title={The word superiority effect in audiovisual speech perception},
  author={Mathilde Fort and Elsa Spinelli and Christophe Savariaux and Sonia Kandel},
  journal={Speech Communication},
  year={2010},
  volume={52},
  pages={525-532}
}
Seeing the facial gestures of a speaker enhances phonemic identification in noise. The goal of this study was to assess whether the visual information regarding consonant articulation activates lexical representations. We conducted a phoneme monitoring task with word and pseudo-words in audio only (A) and audiovisual (AV) contexts with two levels of white noise masking the acoustic signal. The results confirmed that visual information enhances consonant detection in noisy conditions and also… CONTINUE READING
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