Feature mismatch effects in auditory negative priming: interference as dependent on salient aspects of prior episodes.

@article{Leboe2006FeatureME,
  title={Feature mismatch effects in auditory negative priming: interference as dependent on salient aspects of prior episodes.},
  author={Jason Leboe and Todd Mondor and Launa C Leboe},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={2006},
  volume={68 6},
  pages={
          897-910
        }
}
A handful of studies have revealed that withholding a response to a sound causes impaired responding to that sound when subsequently presented (Buchner & Steffens, 2001; Mondor, Leboe, & Leboe, 2005). In the present study, we investigated whether a switch in the location of a repeated sound might represent an additional source of this auditory negative priming effect. In all three of our experiments, participants performed a series of trials in which they withheld a response to a dichotic pair… CONTINUE READING

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