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Processing simultaneous auditory objects: Infants’ ability to detect mistuning in harmonic complexes
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Infant discrimination of the mistuned third harmonic. Group A performed equally well at 8% and 6% mistunings. Group B preformed equally well at 8% and 4% mistunings. Group C performed significantly better at 8% than 2% mistunings. Infants were significantly above chance levels at discriminating the 8%, 6%, and 4% mistunings but not the 2% mistuning. Error bars reflect standard error of the mean.

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Adult discrimination of the mistuned third harmonic. Adults performed well at all levels of mistuning, although significantly worse at 1% compared to all other levels of mistuning tested. Error bars represent standard error of the mean.

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2012-01-13
2014-04-19
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Scitation: Processing simultaneous auditory objects: Infants’ ability to detect mistuning in harmonic complexes
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