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Atypical audio-visual speech perception and McGurk effects in children with specific language impairment

Bibliographic reference Leybaert, Jacqueline ; Macchi, Lucie ; Huyse, Aurélie ; Champoux, François ; Bayard, Clémence ; et. al. Atypical audio-visual speech perception and McGurk effects in children with specific language impairment. In: Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 5, no. MAY (2014)
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