Uninformative dynamic visual stimuli aid in segregating two similar acoustic stimuli, but not in detecting a single stimulus in noise
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, pp. 3207-3208, 2016.
Both the comprehension and detection of speech in noise are improved when the listener sees the talker’s mouth. There are multiple reasons for this, from basic physical temporal correlations to higher order linguistic cues; we have recently performed several experiments investigating the former. They were based on artificial stimuli with ...More
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