Twice upon a time: multiple concurrent temporal recalibrations of audiovisual speech.

  title={Twice upon a time: multiple concurrent temporal recalibrations of audiovisual speech.},
  author={Warrick Roseboom and Derek Henry Arnold},
  journal={Psychological science},
  volume={22 7},
Audiovisual timing perception can recalibrate following prolonged exposure to asynchronous auditory and visual inputs. It has been suggested that this might contribute to achieving perceptual synchrony for auditory and visual signals despite differences in physical and neural signal times for sight and sound. However, given that people can be concurrently exposed to multiple audiovisual stimuli with variable neural signal times, a mechanism that recalibrates all audiovisual timing percepts to a… CONTINUE READING
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