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Re: cocktail party effect

Hello Claire,

this recent article might be the closest match to your question:

Helfer, S.H. and Freyman, R.L (2005) The role of visual speech cues in reducing energetic and informational masking. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 117(2) pp. 842-849.



At 10:59 AM 2/20/2005, Claire Piché wrote:
Dear all,

does someone know about an article on the subject of
the cocktail party effect, as a matter of hearing attentional process
compares to the hearing and vision attentional process.
at which degree the combination of both, hearing and vision, intervene.

Claire Piché


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