Auditory global-local processing: effects of attention and musical experience.

  title={Auditory global-local processing: effects of attention and musical experience.},
  author={Tia Ouimet and Nicholas E. V. Foster and Krista Hyde},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={132 4},
In vision, global (whole) features are typically processed before local (detail) features ("global precedence effect"). However, the distinction between global and local processing is less clear in the auditory domain. The aims of the present study were to investigate: (i) the effects of directed versus divided attention, and (ii) the effect musical training on auditory global-local processing in 16 adult musicians and 16 non-musicians. Participants were presented with short nine-tone melodies… CONTINUE READING
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