Dataset

Thai Adults' Perception of Speech (McGurk Effects Experiment)

Western Sydney University
Professor Denis Burnham (Aggregated by)
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This data set contains DmDx data files of approximately 500 KB each in .zil format, which can be viewed by Notepad or other text editor programs. The data are saved in Excel .xlsx format. The data were obtained through a McGurk Effect experiment to test the effect on native Thai adults' audio-visual perception. There were 36 participants (all native speaker of Thai) living in Bangkok, Thailand who participated in this study.

Data time period: 03 2011 to 03 2011

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