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Context effects on Japanese voice misperceptions
The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science
The McGurk effect occurs when inconsistencies between a person s voice and facial movements cause misperceptions among listeners. In this study, we investigated whether these misperceptions are affected by the context in which the stimuli are experienced. We used sentences with a target word that was either a meaningful (word sentence) or meaningless (non-word sentence) three-syllable term. The speakers voices and facial movements during the second (target) syllable of the target word involveddoi:10.14947/psychono.39.3 fatcat:d3jpo42zpfbvrmmsjscsgbyngy