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The Journal of Neuroscience, ISSN 0270-6474, 06/2018, Volume 38, Issue 24, p. 5466
The ability to detect regularities in sound (i.e., recurring structure) is critical for effective perception, enabling, for example, change detection and... 
Frequency dependence | Frequency modulation | Change detection | EEG | Visual observation | Synchronism | Attention | Acoustics | Electroencephalography | Synchronization | Experiments | Attention task | Visual tasks | Sensory integration | Information processing | Sensory stimulation | Phase coherence | Regularity
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The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience, 05/2018
The ability to detect regularities in sound (i.e., recurring structure) is critical for effective perception, enabling, for example, change detection and... 
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Journal of Experimental Psychology, ISSN 0096-1523, 01/2018, Volume 44, Issue 1, p. 89
Covariations of acoustic features provide redundancy in rapidly changing soundscapes: Hearing one feature enables a listener to infer another if these 2... 
Cues | Stimulus | Tracking | Decision making | Redundancy | Attention | Speeding | Visual task performance | Sensory perception | Hearing | Distraction | Motion detection | Experimental psychology
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The Journal of Neuroscience, ISSN 0270-6474, 02/2018, Volume 38, Issue 8, p. 1989
Optimal perception requires efficient and adaptive neural processing of sensory input. Neurons in nonhuman mammals adapt to the statistical properties of... 
Elderly people | Filtration | Neurons | Cortex (somatosensory) | Sound | Acoustics | Environmental statistics | Statistics | Environmental audits | Acoustic properties | Sensory integration | Statistical distributions | Older people | Information processing | Auditory system | Sensory stimulation | Sensory neurons | Aging | Adults | Human behavior | Elderly | Adaptation | Cortex (auditory)
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Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, ISSN 1076-898X, 09/2019
Previous experience with a voice can help listeners understand speech when a competing talker is present. Using the coordinate-response measure task (Bolia,... 
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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, ISSN 0001-4966, 11/2019, Volume 146, Issue 5, pp. 3487 - 3494
The ability to segregate simultaneous speech streams is crucial for successful communication. Recent studies have demonstrated that participants can report... 
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Neurobiology of Aging, ISSN 0197-4580, 11/2019, Volume 83, pp. 73 - 85
Sensitivity to temporal regularity (e.g., recurring modulation in amplitude) is crucial for speech perception. Degradation of the auditory periphery due to... 
Aging | Amplitude modulation | Neural synchronization | Neural adaptation | Sustained activity | NOISE | SPEECH-PERCEPTION | NEUROSCIENCES | GERIATRICS & GERONTOLOGY | HEARING-LOSS | ENTRAINMENT | AGE-RELATED-CHANGES | AUDITORY-CORTEX | EVOKED-RESPONSES | LOUDNESS RECRUITMENT | AGING AFFECTS | CORTICAL OSCILLATIONS
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Journal of Neuroscience, ISSN 0270-6474, 06/2018, Volume 38, Issue 24, pp. 5466 - 5477
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Psychological Science, ISSN 0956-7976, 10/2018, Volume 29, Issue 10, pp. 1575 - 1583
We can recognize familiar people by their voices, and familiar talkers are more intelligible than unfamiliar talkers when competing talkers are present.... 
attention | auditory perception | speech perception | SPEAKER RECOGNITION | INTONATION | SPEECH-PERCEPTION | IDENTIFICATION | VOWELS | FACIAL IDENTITY | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | VOCAL-TRACT LENGTH | EXPRESSION | FACE | FEMALE VOICES
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