Re: Psychoacoutics experiments with large N (Matt Wright )

Subject: Re: Psychoacoutics experiments with large N
From:    Matt Wright  <matt@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 28 Jun 2007 12:31:36 -0700

>is anybody aware of hearing experiments conducted with a (very) >large number of participants? This paper used a novel online experimental paradigm and got 162 subjects for their first experiment. (Their second experiment recruited 43 subjects from this very AUDITORY list!): Honing, H. (2006). Evidence for tempo-specific timing in music using a web-based experimental setup. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32 (3), 780-786. I'm using a similar paradigm for an experiment on Perceptual Attack Time that I'm currently running: At the moment I'm only up to N=17, but I'll be sending out a formal invitation (aka "volunteer subject recruitment email") to this list in the next few days, so maybe I'll make it into the realm of large N in the coming weeks! -Matt

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