P1-63 The influence of rhythmic and sequential structure on classifying major vs. minor tone-scrambles

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Most listeners (70%) struggle to classify randomly-ordered, major vs. minor tone sequences (Chubb et al., 2013). This study investigated whether introducing simple rhythmic and/or sequential structure to these stimuli could heighten sensitivity in such tasks. Listeners participated in 8 tasks. Stimuli were tone-scrambles, which are sequences of pure tones comprising equal numbers of a target note ...

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