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AlsiusA.PareM.MunhallK. G. (2018).
Forty years after hearing lips and seeing voices: the McGurk effect revisited,
Language-general auditory-visual speech perception: Thai–English and Japanese–English McGurk effects,
Electrophysiological indices of audiovisual speech perception: beyond the McGurk effect and speech in noise,
Defining and identifying sleeping beauties in science,
Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA
Hearing lips and seeing voices: the origin and development of the ‘McGurk effect’ and reflections on audio-visual speech perception over the last 40 years,
MagnottiJ. F.Basu MallickD.BeauchampM. S. (2018).
Reducing playback rate of audiovisual speech leads to a surprising decrease in the McGurk effect,
Hearing lips and seeing voices,
The time course of audio-visual phoneme identification: a high temporal resolution study,
YonovitzA.LozarJ. T.ThompsonC.FerrellD. R.RossM. (1977).
“Fox-box illusion”: simultaneous presentation of conflicting auditory and visual CV’s,
J. Acoust. Soc. Am.
Speakers at the fortieth anniversary symposium held on June 16th, 2016. From left: John MacDonald, Michael Beauchamp, Julia Irwin, Salvador Soto-Faraco. Jean Vroomen was not able to attend but delivered his lecture remotely.
For each year since 1976, the number of papers published in that year citing the original study, according to Google Scholar. Awakening time estimated as in (Ke et al., 2015).
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