Lip reading can influence your auditory brain and can influence the brain regions you use to produce speech. You have a tendency to mimic the speech that you see. Lip-reading helps a person hear the speech of an individual. In the book, we see in the experiment that people who used lip-reading and listened to the talker understood more words. This helped them hear the talker easier giving them a better understanding and experience. Speech has evolved to be seen as well as heard. Are you a lip-reader?
Below I attached Charlie's Lip Reading Challenge. How did you do?
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