Neuroscience

Why are sight and sound out of sync?

The way we process sight and sound are curiously out of sync by different amounts for different people and tasks, according to a new study from City, University of London.

Neuroscience

Hearing with your eyes—a Western style of speech perception

Which parts of a person's face do you look at when you listen them speak? Lip movements affect the perception of voice information from the ears when listening to someone speak, but native Japanese speakers are mostly unaffected ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Sign language speakers' hands, mouths operate separately

When people are communicating in sign languages, they also move their mouths. But scientists have debated whether mouth movements resembling spoken language are part of the sign itself or are connected directly to English. ...

Medical research

Model to Help Patients See How to Sound Out Words

(PhysOrg.com) -- Traditionally, speech-language pathologists have relied on a patient’s sense of hearing to improve speech sounds. A team of researchers from UT Dallas is hoping to change that by creating a new high-tech ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Speech Machine May Help Kids With Cerebral Palsy

(PhysOrg.com) -- A new research laboratory at the UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders is for the first time investigating speech movements in children with cerebral palsy, and the researchers have created ...

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