Audiovisual Speech perception refers to a perception of Speech that is affected by both auditory and visual stimulation, as when a person sees a tape of someone saying /ga/ with the sound /ba/substituted and perceives /da/.

Audiovisual speech perception is also called the McGurk effect.

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