・Author: Fuminori Ono

・Title: Effect of Subsequent Repetitive Tone Stimuli on Time Perception: Replication of Ono and Kitazawa (2010)

・Journal(書誌情報): Collabra: Psychology

・doi: 10.1525/collabra.74875

・論文URL: https://doi.org/10.1525/collabra.74875

Ono and Kitazawa (2010) found that the time interval immediately before a fast auditory flutter was perceived to be shorter than the time interval just before a slow auditory flutter, terming it the subsequent flutter effect. In contrast, conceptual replication studies suggested that this phenomenon is unlikely to replicate. A direct replication of the experiment of Ono and Kitazawa (2010) was performed along with three additional experiments to determine why the subsequent flutter effect was not replicated by the previous conceptual replications. The results indicate that the presence or absence of a control condition in which a flutter is not presented within the same block, as well as the time range within which participants should direct attention, is important for the reproducibility of the subsequent flutter effect.

・著者Contact先の email: fuminoriono[at]gmail.com([at]を@に変更してください。)

Ono and Kitazawa (2010)は,速い聴覚フラッター(25Hz)の直前の時間間隔が,遅い聴覚フラッター(5Hz)の直前の時間間隔よりも短く感じられることを発見した(後続フラッター効果)。一方,概念的な追試研究では,この現象が再現されにくいことが示唆された。そこで本研究では,Ono and Kitazawa (2010)の直接的追試を行うとともに,3つの実験を追加し,これまでの概念的追試によって後続フラッター効果が再現されなかった理由を調べた。その結果,同一ブロック内でフラッターを呈示しない条件の有無,および参加者が注意を向けるべき時間幅が,後続フラッター効果の再現性に重要であることが示された。