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In studies of iconic memory using the bar-probe task, subjects see a brief display of target letters and are probed by an arrow to report one of them. According to the classic early-selection account, subjects use the probe to select material for perceptual analysis from a precategorical (iconic) memory, but according to late-selection theories, subjects(More)
The ability of human listeners to discriminate pairs of bursts of reproducible noise was examined. A same-different psychophysical method was used. Bursts in a pair were identical on same trials. On different trials, bursts were identical except for tau ms of independent noise located at either the beginning, middle, or end of the pairs of bursts. As the(More)
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