Fig. 4. Illustration of the auditory continuity illusion. (A) Shown is the DMS task for a tonal contour (indicated as a frequency vs time pattern; each tonal contour is about 350msec in duration). (B & C) Fragmented tonal contours, with and without inserted noise. If the noise spans the frequency range of the contour, and is loud enough, the fragmented tonal contour is perceived as intact. (D) If the noise is outside the range of the contour, the fragmented tonal contour is not perceived as intact. Modified from Husain et al. (2005)

matched experimental data, again in multiple brain regions, and (3) to generate simulated behavioral data for the auditory continuity illusion that matched experimental data obtained in humans.

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