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ERMSS_ZH_The effect of non-labial facial information on audiovisual speech perception.doc

Zeyu Huang; Yao Lu
Subjects: Linguistics and Applied Linguistics >> Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

We conducted an experiment consisting of five blocks to examine the effect of non-labial facial information on audiovisual speech perception. 20 Chinese native speakers were asked to report the syllables they perceived during five condition: audio-only, video-only, video-only without labial part, audiovisual and audiovisual without labial part. The materials were /pa/, /tsa/, /ta/, /tʂa/ and /ka/, which were selected according to places of articulation from front to back. The results showed that even though the non-labial facial information was not enough to distinguish non-labial consonants, they could have significant effect on auditory speech perception

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