- Our sensory systems fill in information obscured by other, competing signals to maintain a stable representation of the world. A correlate of the continuity illusion, in which sounds are perceived to continue despite being interrupted by other sounds, has now been found in the auditory cortex.
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Auditory neuroscience: filling in the gaps.
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