Age-related changes in perception of tones within a stream of auditory stimuli: Auditory Attentional Blink
Keywords:Acoustic wave propagation, Biofeedback, Human engineering, Auditory stimuli, Visual stimuli
AbstractThis research explored the immediate perceptual/cognitive consequences of an attended-to tonal stimulus within a stream of tonal stimuli. Previous results have suggested that processing information about a tone within a stream of tones presented at a rate of 11 tones/s can modify perception of subsequent tones. The results of the current study suggest that perception of subsequent tones is also a function of age.
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