Tests of attentional flexibility in listening to polyrhythmic patterns.

@article{Jones1995TestsOA,
  title={Tests of attentional flexibility in listening to polyrhythmic patterns.},
  author={Mari Riess Jones and Richard J. Jagacinski and W J Yee and Randy L Floyd and Stuart T. Klapp},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1995},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={293-307}
}
Four experiments examined attentional flexibility in listening to polyrhythmic patterns. Musically trained and untrained listeners detected changes in timing of 1 tone (the lower tone) in a 3:2 polyrhythm in which high and low tones varied in frequency separation. Experiment 1 encouraged integrative attending; all listeners performed significantly poorer in conditions with wide as opposed to narrow frequency separations. Experiment 2, which encouraged selective attending to low tones, reversed… CONTINUE READING

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