AUDITORY GRAPHS: THE EFFECTS OF REDUNDANT DIMENSIONS AND DIVIDED ATTENTION

@inproceedings{Peres2005AUDITORYGT,
  title={AUDITORY GRAPHS: THE EFFECTS OF REDUNDANT DIMENSIONS AND DIVIDED ATTENTION},
  author={S. Camille Peres and David Michael Claxton Lane},
  year={2005}
}
An experiment is presented comparing the effectiveness of three parameters of sound for the auditory presentation of statistical data or auditory graphs. The dimensions of pitch, loudness, and time were used alone and redundantly to map the values of a box plot to an auditory graph. While previously, temporal mappings had resulted in better performance than mappings using pitch, panning, or loudness, these benefits were not consistently found in the current paradigm. Furthermore, to investigate… CONTINUE READING

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