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Effects of inducer continuity on auditory stream segregation: Comparison of physical and perceived continuity in different contexts
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Illustration of the induction conditions tested in experiment 1, excluding the no-induction condition. Each panel displays an induction sequence paired with a subsequent test sequence. The solid lines represent pure tones, and the shaded boxes represent band-pass filtered white noise (see bottom panel for details).

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FIG. 2.

Results from experiment 1. The effects of induction condition and frequency separation in the test sequence on reported stream segregation. Each point represents the mean percentage of trials (n = 8) reported as segregated. The insert identifies the induction conditions tested, listed in descending order according to the condition means. Error bars represent ±1 intersubject standard error. The results for each condition are displayed slightly offset along the abscissa to allow the reader to distinguish them more clearly.

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FIG. 3.

Illustration of the induction conditions tested in experiment 2, excluding the no-induction condition. Each panel displays an induction sequence paired with a subsequent test sequence (except for the standard induction case, see top left panel). The solid lines represent pure tones, and the shaded boxes represent band-pass filtered white noise (see top right panel for details).

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FIG. 4.

Results from experiment 2. The effects of induction condition and frequency separation in the test sequence on reported stream segregation. The results are displayed in the same format as for Fig. 2 .

Tables

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TABLE I.

Results from experiment 1: Reported segregation in the experimental induction conditions, expressed as a proportional increase from that in the no-induction condition (defined as 0.0) towards that in the standard induction condition (defined as 1.0). This index serves as a metric of relative build-up for the different types of induction sequence. The results for frequency separations in the test sequence of 4 and 14 semitones (ST) were excluded, owing to floor and ceiling effects, respectively. Note that the small negative value in the table represents an occasion where nominal reported segregation was slightly less than for the no-induction condition.

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TABLE II.

Results from experiment 2: Reported segregation in the experimental induction conditions, expressed as an index of relative build-up. See Table I for full details.

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Scitation: Effects of inducer continuity on auditory stream segregation: Comparison of physical and perceived continuity in different contexts
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/130/5/10.1121/1.3643811
10.1121/1.3643811
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