Attending to sound patterns and the role of entrainment
This chapter focuses on attention to sounds. It reviews tasks requiring judgements about time in the context of sound sequences and discusses evidence for listeners' sensitivities to temporal regularities in these events. It investigates issues about timing and attention in the context of entrainment and dynamic attending theory and evaluates the impact of implicit rhythmic timing on the ability to judge the pitch component of melodic sound sequences.
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