Multisensory speech perception: integration of speech information
AuthorOerlemans, Michael; BLAMEY, PETER
Source TitleFifth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology
University of Melbourne Author/sBlamey, Peter
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsOerlemans, M., & Blamey, P. (1994). Multisensory speech perception: integration of speech information. In Fifth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology.
Access StatusOpen Access
Speech perception usually occurs in the context of more than one source of sensory information. The effectiveness of speech perception in these multisensory situations depends on how successfully two or more sources of information are combined. An analysis of auditory-visual (AV) speech perception suggests a model of multisensory integration which argues that the extent of integration depends on the physical and cognitive characteristics of the signals which are combined. It is proposed that such a model can explain observed differences between AV, auditory-tactile (AT) and visual-tactile (VT) combination.
Keywordsspeech perception; multisensory integration
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