Evidence of a single neural mechanism underlying scale-sensitivity

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In a “tone-scramble” task, a listener is presented on each trial with a random sequence of tones and strives to classify it based on the notes it contains. Dean & Chubb (2017) tested listeners in five tone-scramble tasks. In each, G was established as the stimulus tonic, and the listener strove to judge which of two possible target notes were also present. Their results suggested that a single cog...


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