Octave illusion elicited by overlapping narrowband noises.

@article{Brnnstrm2011OctaveIE,
  title={Octave illusion elicited by overlapping narrowband noises.},
  author={K Jonas Br{\"a}nnstr{\"o}m and Patrik Nilsson},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={129 5},
  pages={3213-20}
}
The octave or Deutsch illusion occurs when two tones, separated by about one octave, are presented simultaneously but alternating between ears, such that when the low tone is presented to the left ear the high tone is presented to the right ear and vice versa. Most subjects hear a single tone that alternates both between ears and in pitch; i.e., they hear a low pitched tone in one ear alternating with a high pitched tone in the other ear. The present study examined whether the illusion can be… CONTINUE READING

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