Visual word recognition in two facial motion conditions: full-face versus lips-plus-mandible.

@article{Marassa1995VisualWR,
  title={Visual word recognition in two facial motion conditions: full-face versus lips-plus-mandible.},
  author={L K Marassa and Charissa R. Lansing},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1995},
  volume={38 6},
  pages={1387-94}
}
The present study used a new method to develop video sequences that limited exposure of facial movement. A repeated-measures design was used to investigate the visual recognition of 60 monosyllabic spoken words, presented in an open set format, for two face exposure conditions (full-face vs. lips-plus-mandible). Twenty-six normal hearing college students and 4 adults with bilateral sensorineural hearing loss speechread a video laserdisc presentation of a male talker under the two face exposure… CONTINUE READING