Hearing Eye II: The Psychology Of Speechreading And Auditory-Visual Speech

Hearing Eye II: The Psychology Of Speechreading And Auditory-Visual Speech

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ISBN-13: 9781135471958
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 10/28/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents

Part 1 Audiovisual speech processing - implications for theories of speech perception: the use of auditory and visual information during phonetic processing - implications for theories of speech perception, K.P. Green; language specificity in the development of auditory-visual speech perception, D. Burnham; time varying information for visual speech perception, L.D. Rosenblum, H.M. Saldana. Part 2 Engineering models of visible and audiovisual speech: ten years after Summerfield - a taxonomy of models for audiovisual fusion in speech perception, J.-L. Schwartz et al; computational aspects of visual speech - machines that can speechread and simualte talking faces, M. Brooke; the moving face during speech Communication, K.G. Munhall, E. Vatikiotis-Bateson. Part 3 Psychological and neuropsychological factors in speechreading: conceptual constraints in sentence-based lipreading in the hearing-impaired, J. Roennberg et al; effects of facial image size on visual and audiovisual speech recognition, T.R. Jordan, P.C. Sergeant; how brains see speech - the cortical localization of speechreading in hearing people, R. Campbell; impaired speechreading and auditory-visual speech integration in prosopagnosia, B. de Gelder et al. Part 4 Deafness, language and speechreading - speech-based approaches: what makes a good speechreader? - first you have to find one, L. Bernstein et al; early lipreading ability and speech and language development of hearing-impaired pre-schoolers, B. Dodd et al. Part 5 Deafness, language and speechreading - sign and augmentation: mouth movement and signed communication, M. Marschark et al; touch and auditory-visual speech perception, M. Oerlemans, P. Blamey; effect of exposure to phonetically augmented lipspeech in the prelingual deaf, J. Leybaert et al.

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