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the difficulty of focusing one's attention on a single auditory source within a
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Aug 26, 2013 ... The cocktail party effect refers to our ability to focus on a particular auditory
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Other researchers have demonstrated the 'cocktail party effect' (Cherry, 1953)
under experimental conditions and have discovered occasions when information