Auditory temporal contextual cueing

When conducting a visual search task participants respond faster to targets embedded in a repeated array of visual distractors compared to targets embedded in a novel array, an effect referred to as contextual cueing. There are no reports of contextual cueing in audition, and generalizing this effec...

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Main Author: Doan, Lori Anne
Other Authors: Leboe-McGowan, Jason (Psychology)
Published: 2014
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