In this work we investigated whether golfers are able to discriminate between the sounds associated to their own from other golfers' swings. Results show that golfers are able to recognize their own movements, but they also recognize as their own the sound produced by other athletes having equal both relative timing and overall duration. These conditions significantly differ from each others. This suggest that temporal features are quite relevant in sound recognition, but they are not the only information provided by the sound.

Recognizing one's own motor actions through sound: The role of temporal factors

MURGIA, MAURO;
2012-01-01

Abstract

In this work we investigated whether golfers are able to discriminate between the sounds associated to their own from other golfers' swings. Results show that golfers are able to recognize their own movements, but they also recognize as their own the sound produced by other athletes having equal both relative timing and overall duration. These conditions significantly differ from each others. This suggest that temporal features are quite relevant in sound recognition, but they are not the only information provided by the sound.
Auditory perception; relative timing; overall duration
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