Use of Partial Stimulus Information in Spoken Word Recognition Without Auditory Stimulation

@inproceedings{Lachs2000UseOP,
  title={Use of Partial Stimulus Information in Spoken Word Recognition Without Auditory Stimulation},
  author={Lorin Lachs},
  year={2000}
}
The identification of isolated words in speechreading environments is extremely prone to error. Much of the reason for these errors is due to the extremely impoverished nature of spoken stimuli when the only perceptual information available is visual; some estimates place the number of visually discriminable segments at just over 25% of the number discriminable in auditory-only environments. However, previous research has shown that the confusions made by lipreaders are in fact patterned with… CONTINUE READING

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