Attending to auditory filters that were not stimulated directly.

@article{Hafter1993AttendingTA,
  title={Attending to auditory filters that were not stimulated directly.},
  author={Ervin R. Hafter and Robert S. Schlauch and Jian Tang},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1993},
  volume={94 2 Pt 1},
  pages={743-7}
}
The effectiveness of two types of tonal cues for reducing frequency uncertainty was studied in a tonal detection-in-noise task. Signals varied at random from trial to trial over the range 750-3000 Hz. The three conditions included: (1) maximum uncertainty in which there were no cues; (2) minimal uncertainty in which "iconic cues" were identical to the signal to be detected; and (3) partial uncertainty in which "relative cues" were set to 2/3 of the signal frequency, i.e., at the musical 5th… CONTINUE READING

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