Neural Decoding of Bistable Sounds Reveals an Effect of Intention on Perceptual Organization.


Auditory signals arrive at the ear as a mixture that the brain must decompose into distinct sources based to a large extent on acoustic properties of the sounds. An important question concerns whether listeners have voluntary control over how many sources they perceive. This has been studied using pure high (H) and low (L) tones presented in the repeating… (More)
DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3022-17.2018


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