Auditory frequency discrimination learning is affected by stimulus variability.


We explored the effects of training set variability on learning and generalization of pure-tone frequency discrimination (FD) in three groups of untrained, normally hearing adult listeners. Group 1 trained using a fixed standard tone at 1 kHz (fixed), Group 2 on slightly varying (roving) tones around 1 kHz, and Group 3 on widely varying standard frequencies… (More)


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