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Televised Visual Contribution to Speech Recognition

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The choice of media for instruction or communication will be influenced by its potential for stimulus recognition, this being an essential part of the perception of the message. Audio stimuli and audio stimuli with visual reinforcement from television are considered, and the conclusion drawn from tests performed is that the visual reinforcement has a considerable beneficial effect. Tests involving repeated stimuli and the recognition of stimuli in the company of other subjects are also described. Again the conclusion is drawn that both conditions of stimulus presentation have a beneficial effect on correct placement scores for recognition.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )