New DCP Publication by Wollman & Morillon
ORGANIZATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL PREDICTIONS IN HUMAN AUDITORY ATTENTION
Anticipating the future rests upon our ability to exploit contextual cues and to formulate valid internal models or predictions. It is currently unknown how multiple predictions combine to bias perceptual information processing, and in particular whether this is determined by physiological constraints, behavioral relevance (task demands), or past knowledge (perceptual expertise). In a series of behavioral auditory experiments involving musical experts and non-musicians, we investigated the respective and combined contribution of temporal and spectral predictions in multiple detection tasks.
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