Timbral segregation of signals and the auditory attentional blink
Keywords:Acoustic streaming, Signal processing, Speech, Statistical methods, Auditory attentional blink (AAB)
AbstractThe 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.
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