Perceived auditory continuity with alternately rising and falling frequency transitions.

@article{Dannenbring1976PerceivedAC,
  title={Perceived auditory continuity with alternately rising and falling frequency transitions.},
  author={Gary L. Dannenbring},
  journal={Canadian journal of psychology},
  year={1976},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={99-114}
}
Six experiments were conducted investigating perceived auditory continuity with alternately rising and falling frequency glides, in which the glides were perceived as continuous when deleted portions were replaced by white noise bursts. The first three experiments showed that perceptual continuity could be obtained when the deleted portion came either in the middle of the glide, or at the top and bottom of the glides; continuity was actually better for the latter condition. Also, it was found… CONTINUE READING

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