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English: Supplementary Audio 1 Sample filtered speech sentences - Three sample trials are shown. In each trial, a filtered speech sentence is played. Next, the unfiltered version of that sentence is played. Finally, the filtered speech sentence is repeated. The increase in comprehension from the first to the second repetition of the filtered speech sentence is the perceptual enhancement effect reported in the paper. ECoG subjects performed a longer version of this task.
Source Audio file from Holdgraf C, de Heer W, Pasley B, Rieger J, Crone N, Lin J, Knight R, Theunissen F (2016). "Rapid tuning shifts in human auditory cortex enhance speech intelligibility". Nature Communications. DOI:10.1038/ncomms13654. PMID 27996965. PMC: 5187445.
Author Holdgraf C, de Heer W, Pasley B, Rieger J, Crone N, Lin J, Knight R, Theunissen F
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