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Most students of visual velocity perception implicitly assume that constant velocity is seen as such. This notion was challenged and shown to be inadequate in four experiments. A CRT-generated bright spot moved in a linear path according to different velocity time functions. Observers compared...
The development of a visual speech apparatus that gives information about the identity of vowels spoken in a CVC context is described. The principle of the apparatus is based on a dimensional analysis of the vowel spectra. In developing the device, the demands of the specific speech correction...
In an attempt to analyze some aspects of the task requirements in multiattribute stimulus classification (MASC), “actual” task demands are contrasted with “nominal” (i.e. theoretically assumed) task demands. On the basis of theoretical considerations and some experimental data corrections of the...
Paivio's dual coding hypothesis proposes that the retention of pictures and concrete words can be mediated by both visual and verbal codes. The present study investigates the time course of the formation and utilization of the visual and verbal codes of pictures and words in a “same”-“different”...
The Vowel Corrector, a device giving visual information about the identity of vowels spoken in monosyllabic words, was tested on a group of deaf boys. The description of the actual experiment is preceded by a number of considerations relating to the application of an articulation corrector in a...
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