Effects of Dichotically Presented Simultaneous Synchronous and Delayed Auditory Feedback on Key Tapping Performance

  • Cooper W
  • O'Malley H
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Abstract

A selective replication of Tsunoda's (1966) application of the DAF key tapping paradigm to the study of functional auditory asymmetry was conducted. Present findings do not offer confirmation of Tsunoda's assertion that most subjects will exhibit performance disruption at a lower intensity level when a vowel is delayed at the right ear and when a pure tone is delayed at the left ear. In the present study, it was found that no difference existed between the pure tone and the vowel delayed to the left ear conditions in terms of performance deterioration. The significant difference in performance disruption between the vowel delayed to the right ear condition and the pure tone delayed to the right ear condition was interpreted to be suggestive of functional auditory asymmetry. © 1975, All rights reserved.

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  • William A. Cooper

  • Honor O'Malley

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