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Listening In On The ?Cocktail Party Effect? In The Brain

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Post Listening In On The ?Cocktail Party Effect? In The Brain

(Psych Central News) Some individuals can focus on a single speaker despite a surrounding environment that obscures a person’s voice. The setting may be a classroom, a bar, or a sporting event –the ability is not unique and has been described by psychologists as the “cocktail party effect.” A new research effort led by a University of California*- [...]

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