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Frequency discrimination learning in childrena)
a)Portions of this work were presented in “Auditory frequency discrimination learning in children,” BSA Short Papers Meeting, Cambridge, UK, 2006 (Abstract No. 8) and in “Frequency discrimination learning in children: Effects of age and intelligence,” ARO Midwinter Meeting, Denver, CO, 2007 (Abstract No. 926).
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FIG. 1.

Geometric mean thresholds, expressed as (%), over the eight training blocks for the -old group (triangles), the -old group (circles), the -old group (squares), and the adult group (diamonds). Error bars indicate standard error.

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Individual (thin lines) and group geometric mean (thick lines) thresholds over the eight training blocks for (A) the -old group, (B) the -old group, (C) the -old group, and (D) the adult group.

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Individual (thin lines) and group geometric mean (thick lines) thresholds over the eight training blocks for (A) the nonadult-like subgroup, (B) the trainable subgroup, and (C) the adult-like subgroup.

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Individual (small symbols) and group geometric mean (large symbols) thresholds for blocks 1 and 8 of the training phase respectively, and (A) the test , and (B) the roving test (roving), for the -old group (triangles), the -old group (circles), the -old group (squares), and the adult group (diamonds). Data are displayed only for those individuals who had estimated thresholds on (A) the or (B) the roving tests, respectively.

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FIG. 5.

Individual (small symbols) and group geometric mean (large symbols) thresholds for blocks 1 and 8 of the training phase (block 1 and block 8, respectively) and (A) the test , and (B) the roving test (roving), for the nonadult-like (inverted triangles), trainable (stars), and adult-like (diamonds) subgroups. Data are displayed only for those individuals who had estimated thresholds on (A) the or (B) the roving tests, respectively.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Descriptive statistics and comparisons of the four age groups.

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TABLE II.

Descriptive statistics and comparisons of the three training subgroups of children.

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Scitation: Frequency discrimination learning in childrena)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/123/6/10.1121/1.2890749
10.1121/1.2890749
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