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An auditory illusion discovered by H. McGurk and J. MacDonald, demonstrating the contribution made by visible face movements to normal speech perception
Synonyms: McGurk-MacDonald effect
Definition contributed by MSellis about four years ago

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Variability and stability in the McGurk effect: contributions of participants, stimuli, time, and response type.
Basu Mallick D, F Magnotti J, S Beauchamp M
Psychonomic bulletin & review (Psychon Bull Rev)
2015 Mar 24
Citation added by CWhite about two years ago
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