Auditory-Visual Speech Processing 2007 (AVSP2007)
Kasteel Groenendaal, Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands
Lipreading can evoke an immediate bias on auditory phoneme perception and it can produce an aftereffect reflecting a shift in the phoneme boundary caused by exposure to an auditory ambiguous stimulus that is combined with nonambiguous lipread speech (recalibration). Here, we tested the stability of lipread-induced recalibration over time. Aftereffects were measured directly after exposure and after 24 hours. Aftereffects dissipated quickly during testing and were not observable anymore after a 24 hours delay.
Bibliographic reference. Vroomen, Jean / Linden, Sabine van / Baart, Martijn (2007): "Lipread aftereffects in auditory speech perception: measuring aftereffects after a twenty-four hours delay", In AVSP-2007, paper P05.