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  1. Aug 03,  · High-frequency binaural beats bias the individual attentional processing style towards a reduced spotlight of attention. Let's find out about the sleep music that scientists hear_ Binaural beats!
  2. MAF (binaural)- if you take body away you lose the amplification MAP (monaural)-threshold is higher bc of resonance of ear canal. Greater portion (6dB) of difference is due to the use of earphones-floss of the binaural advantage (3dB), physiological noise is enhanced, slight .
  3. Bias; Affective Forecasting Binaural beats are a technique of combining two slightly different sound frequencies to create the perception of a single new frequency tone. Other recent.
  4. Oct 16,  · () Monaural and binaural speech perception in reverberation for listeners of various ages. J Acoust Soc Am – , doi: /, pmid: .
  5. Furthermore, binaural (dichotic or stereo) sounds can induce an auditory perception of motion (Altman and Romanov, ) or the perception of sound approaching (Okada and Hirahara, ). To the best of our knowledge, there has been no work on the production of the looming effect by binaural sounds, but it is plausible that the looming effect.
  6. Aug 24,  · We hypothesized that binaural beats in the gamma range bias the cognitive-control style toward flexibility, which in turn should increase the crosstalk between tasks in a dual-task paradigm. We replicated earlier findings that the reaction time in the first-performed task is sensitive to the compatibility between the responses in the first and.
  7. Binaural beats are an auditory illusion caused by listening to two tones of slightly different frequency, one in each ear. The difference in frequencies creates the illusion of a third sound -- a.
  8. The other binaural cue, interaural time difference (ITD), is the time difference between when a sound reaches the left ear and when it reaches the right ear. Describe the method, results, and implications of the Hofmann et al. research on the role of spectral cues for localization.

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