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When /b/ill with /g/ill becomes /d/ill: Evidence for a lexical effect in audiovisual speech perception

Abstract:

Although the McGurk Effect is a well researched illusory phenomenon arising from discrepant auditory and visual speech information little is known about the influence of lexical processes on this phenomenon. Thus, we investigated the McGurk Effect using three letter consonant-vowel-consonant real word and pseudoword pairs with an audiovisual discrepancy positioned at either stimulus onset or offset. The results demonstrated that the frequency of illusions was similar for real words and pseudo...

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10.1080/09541440601125623

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Barutchu, A More by this author
Crewther, SG More by this author
Murphy, MJ More by this author
Crewther, DP More by this author
Journal:
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Volume:
20
Issue:
1
Pages:
1-11
Publication date:
2008-01-05
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EISSN:
1464-0635
ISSN:
0954-1446
URN:
uuid:c1bd83af-e281-4234-9579-33e10387a821
Source identifiers:
489859
Local pid:
pubs:489859
Language:
English

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