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saltation in pitch perception
Saltation, first studied in tactile perception (Geldard & Sherrick
1972), refers to systematic misperception of spatial stimulus distance
depending on ISI. Visual and auditory (sound localization) analogs have
been found by Sherick (1974) and Hari (1995). I learned about the
phenomenon from a paper by Jan Wiemer et al (Learning cortical
topography from spatiotemporal stimuli, Biol. Cybern 92, 173-187), who
developed a neural dynamic field model.
I wonder whether similar effects can be/have been found in pitch
perception. If anyone has references or thoughts to share about it -
they`re very welcome.
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