Timbral segregation of signals and the auditory attentional blink

Cory Gerritsen, Elzbieta Slawinski, David Eagle

Abstract


The nature of the auditory attentional blink (AAB) was studied. A blink occurs when two-to-be-attended (TBA) signals are presented in rapid succession and are reported as a single signal. The results suggest that the ABB is robust across streaming tasks, although further manipulation of streaming tasks may be necessary to determine this with more certainty.

Keywords


Acoustic streaming; Signal processing; Speech; Statistical methods; Auditory attentional blink (AAB)

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