Auditory-Visual Speech Processing 2007 (AVSP2007)

Kasteel Groenendaal, Hilvarenbeek, The Netherlands
August 31 - September 3, 2007

Lipread Aftereffects in Auditory Speech Perception: Measuring Aftereffects After a Twenty-Four Hours Delay

Jean Vroomen, Sabine van Linden, Martijn Baart

Tilburg University, Dept of Psychology, Tilburg, 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.

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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.