Perceived continuity of gliding and steady-state tones through interrupting noise.

@article{Ciocca1987PerceivedCO,
  title={Perceived continuity of gliding and steady-state tones through interrupting noise.},
  author={V Ciocca and Albert S. Bregman},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1987},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={476-84}
}
Perceived continuity was studied by varying the direction (steady-state, upward glide, or downward glide), the frequency separation, and the slope of two sinusoidal tones separated by a louder burst of white noise. When the two tones had different directions, continuity was perceived according to a frequency-proximity principle (frequency-interpolation effect). On the other hand, when the tones had the same direction, continuity was perceived on the basis of a good~ontinuation principle… CONTINUE READING

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