Build-up of the tendency to segregate auditory streams: resetting effects evoked by a single deviant tone.

@article{Haywood2010BuildupOT,
  title={Build-up of the tendency to segregate auditory streams: resetting effects evoked by a single deviant tone.},
  author={Nicholas Russell Haywood and Brian Roberts},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2010},
  volume={128 5},
  pages={
          3019-31
        }
}
The tendency to hear a sequence of alternating low (L) and high (H) frequency tones as two streams can be increased by a preceding induction sequence, even one composed only of same-frequency tones. Four experiments used such an induction sequence (10 identical L tones) to promote segregation in a shorter test sequence comprising L and H tones. Previous studies have shown that the build-up of stream segregation is usually reduced greatly when a sudden change in acoustic properties distinguishes… CONTINUE READING
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