Schematic spectrum of stimulus showing components in groups A, B, and C.
F0DLs (F0 = 50 Hz) measured as a function of the temporal offset between the envelope peaks of the harmonics in group B and the harmonics in groups A and C. Open and filled symbols show individual and mean results, respectively. The upper panel shows F0DLs for the fixed-offset conditions. The lower panel shows F0DLs for the random-offset conditions.
Individual and mean (filled circles) F0DLs across sessions for F0 = 50 Hz. The left-most and right-most points show the F0DLs for the pre- and post-training sessions, respectively. The other points show the F0DLs for each training day. F0DLs are shown for cosine-phase stimuli with harmonics 2630 in group B and a random offset ranging up to 10 ms.
Mean pre-training and post-training F0DLs (F0 = 50 Hz) averaged across five subjects, for random-phase and cosine-phase stimuli. See the key for identification of the conditions. The abscissa indicates the numbers of the harmonics in group B. Error bars indicate 1 standard error.
As Fig. 3, but for F0 = 100 Hz.
As Fig. 4, but for F0 = 100 Hz.
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