Fundamental differences in change detection between vision and audition

@article{Demany2010FundamentalDI,
  title={Fundamental differences in change detection between vision and audition},
  author={Laurent Demany and Catherine Semal and Jean Ren{\'e} Cazalets and Daniel Pressnitzer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={203},
  pages={261-270}
}
We compared auditory change detection to visual change detection using closely matched stimuli and tasks in the two modalities. On each trial, participants were presented with a test stimulus consisting of ten elements: pure tones with various frequencies for audition, or dots with various spatial positions for vision. The test stimulus was preceded or followed by a probe stimulus consisting of a single element, and two change-detection tasks were performed. In the “present/absent” task, the… CONTINUE READING