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Table 1. 

Individual Classification of the Test Sounds after Training

ParticipantStaircaseMMN First Condition: Standard in AMMN Second Condition: Standard in B
LRMRHRL (−5 sts)M (−2.5 sts)SM (+2.5 sts)L (+5 sts)L (−5 sts)M (−2.5 sts)SM (+2.5 sts)L (+5 sts)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
10 
11      
ParticipantStaircaseMMN First Condition: Standard in AMMN Second Condition: Standard in B
LRMRHRL (−5 sts)M (−2.5 sts)SM (+2.5 sts)L (+5 sts)L (−5 sts)M (−2.5 sts)SM (+2.5 sts)L (+5 sts)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
10 
11      

For each test sound (presented either in staircase perceptual tests or during MMN recordings), the table reports subjective classifications after training. Sounds were classified as belonging to Categories A or B if the frequency of correct classification was higher than 80%, whereas lower classification scores indicated unreliable classification (denoted by an N). See Methods and Classification analysis for details. LR = low frequency range; MR = middle frequency range; HR = high frequency range; L = large; M = medium; S = standard; sts = semitones; A = category “A”; B = category “B”; N = neither category “A” nor “B.”

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