EFFECTS OF TEMPORAL VARIATION OF AUXILIARY LIGHT STIMULI UPON DETECTABILITY OF TONAL SIGNALS
ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DIV L G HANSCOM FIELD MA DECISION SCIENCES LAB
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Literature is surveyed briefly which reported the effect upon hearing of varying the onset of a light relative to the onset of a tone. Four forced- choice experiments involving approximately 32,000 trials of the four-alternative type are reported whose results show both similarities and differences when compared with earlier experiments which did not use forced-choice. Tentative conclusions derived from all the experiments described also take into account the effect of cessation of the light relative to the tone.