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Response proportions for the McGurk stimulus (a) and the acoustic stimulus [p] (b) as a function of acoustic noise level, as well as for the visual stimuli (c) in [a] context.

Response proportions for the McGurk stimulus (a) and the acoustic stimulus [p] (b) as a function of acoustic noise level, as well as for the visual stimuli (c) in [a] context.

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... results for the [a] context stimuli replicated our previous findings [4]. (Fig. 2a). In addition, when the acoustic SNR got poorer, the proportion of these fusion T responses first increased, but then decreased. There was a corresponding increase in K responses at the poorest SNRs. The proportion of P responses dropped to near zero in noisy conditions. The shift towards an increased visual weighting as the acoustic ...
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... the [e] context stimuli, the proportion of correct responses for auditory [p] also decreased as the SNR got poorer (Fig. 2b). However, the transition in other responses was not smooth towards a random distribution. Instead, T responses first increased and then decreased with decreasing SNR. The main effect of SNR was significant for all responses [K: F(4,76)=27.3, p<0.001; P: F(4,76)=98.4, p<0.001; T: F(4,76)=35.7, p<0.001]. ...
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... the [e] context, the recognition of visual [p] was the best, followed by [t], meanwhile [k] was poorly recognized (all pairwise comparisons p<0.05) (Fig. 2c). Visual [k] was frequently lip-read as ...
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... results for the [a] context stimuli replicated our previous findings [4]. (Fig. 2a). In addition, when the acoustic SNR got poorer, the proportion of these fusion T responses first increased, but then decreased. There was a corresponding increase in K responses at the poorest SNRs. The proportion of P responses dropped to near zero in noisy conditions. The shift towards an increased visual weighting as the acoustic ...
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... the [e] context stimuli, the proportion of correct responses for auditory [p] also decreased as the SNR got poorer (Fig. 2b). However, the transition in other responses was not smooth towards a random distribution. Instead, T responses first increased and then decreased with decreasing SNR. The main effect of SNR was significant for all responses [K: F(4,76)=27.3, p<0.001; P: F(4,76)=98.4, p<0.001; T: F(4,76)=35.7, p<0.001]. ...
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... the [e] context, the recognition of visual [p] was the best, followed by [t], meanwhile [k] was poorly recognized (all pairwise comparisons p<0.05) (Fig. 2c). Visual [k] was frequently lip-read as ...