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Fig. 9 | EURASIP Journal on Audio, Speech, and Music Processing

Fig. 9

From: Impact of acoustic similarity on efficiency of verbal information transmission via subtle prosodic cues

Fig. 9

Proportion of visual fixation on correct/incorrect areas under different morphing conditions during each stage of experimental trials. The upper red lineshows the proportion of visual fixation on the area of the correct first item under the “own voice” condition (67% own voice and 100% own voice). The lower red lineshows the proportion of visual fixation on areas of incorrect first items under the “own voice” condition. The upper black lineshows the proportion of visual fixation on the area of the correct first item under the “stranger’s voice” condition (67% stranger’s voice and 100% stranger’s voice). The lower black lineshows the proportion of visual fixation on incorrect areas under the “stranger’s voice” condition

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