Temporal Aspects of Stimulus-Driven Attending in Dynamic Arrays

  title={Temporal Aspects of Stimulus-Driven Attending in Dynamic Arrays},
  author={M. R. Jones and H. Moynihan and N. MacKenzie and J. Puente},
  journal={Psychological Science},
  pages={313 - 319}
  • M. R. Jones, H. Moynihan, +1 author J. Puente
  • Published 2002
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Psychological Science
  • Auditory sequences of tones were used to examine a form of stimulus-driven attending that involves temporal expectancies and is influenced by stimulus rhythm. Three experiments examined the influence of sequence timing on comparative pitch judgments of two tones (standard, comparison) separated by interpolated pitches. In two of the experiments, interpolated tones were regularly timed, with onset times of comparison tones varied relative to this rhythm. Listeners were most accurate judging the… CONTINUE READING

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