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Monkeys and Humans Share a Common Computation for Face/Voice Integration

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Chandrasekaran, C. ; Lemus, L. ; Trubanova, A. ; Gondan, Matthias ; Ghazanfar, A. A.
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Speech production involves the movement of the mouth and other regions of the face resulting in visual motion cues. These visual cues enhance intelligibility and detection of auditory speech. As such, face-to-face speech is fundamentally a multisensory phenomenon. If speech is fundamentally multisensory, it should be reflected in the evolution of vocal communication: similar behavioral effects ...


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