Auditory discrimination: role of time and intensity in the precedence effect.

@article{Hoeffding1979AuditoryDR,
  title={Auditory discrimination: role of time and intensity in the precedence effect.},
  author={V Hoeffding and J. M. Harrison},
  journal={Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior},
  year={1979},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={157-66}
}
Rats were trained to respond on a lever adjacent to a sounding speaker (the sound source) when a single click was emitted. A second click (the artificial echo) was presented through a second speaker on the opposite side. In Condition I, the echo (equal in intensity to the source) was delayed from .015 to 32 milliseconds; greater than 75% correct responses were given for delay times between about .040 milliseconds (lower threshold) and 8 milliseconds (upper threshold). In Condition II, the echo… CONTINUE READING

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