Re: McGurk or AV stimuli available? (=?utf-8?Q?Arnt_Maas=C3=B8?= )

Subject: Re: McGurk or AV stimuli available?
From:    =?utf-8?Q?Arnt_Maas=C3=B8?=  <arnt.maaso@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Tue, 20 Nov 2012 07:50:03 +0100

Hi Tuan, You could try to make it yourself, as I did in this clip http://www.YouTube/Arnte. Not very hard to do, as long as you use earphones with a 'click track' when you are recording, to make editing and synching easy. Best, Arnt PS. And please feel free to use my clip should it fit your purpose. -- Arnt Maasø Associate professor, Dr. art. Dept. of Media and Communication, Univ. of Oslo 📩PO BOX 1093 Blindern 0317 Oslo, Norway 📲Mobile: +47-41420825 🐦Twitter: @xxxxxxxx 🎓 Den 19. nov. 2012 kl. 18:27 skrev Tuan Quoc Lam <tuan.lam@xxxxxxxx>: > Dear Colleagues, > > I am working on a project examining audio-visual integration. I am planning to use McGurk type stimuli (e.g. /aba/~/aga/) for this study. Does anyone have such stimuli available to share or know of where I might be able to obtain such stimuli? These stimuli should preferably be spoken by a native speaker of American English. Alternatively, I could make use of undubbed AV stimuli and do the dubbing myself as long as head movement is controlled for in the video. > > Thank you, > > Tuan Q. Lam, Ph.D. > Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders > Northwestern University

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