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Required Information
Cocktail Party Listening Test

This research project is to identify how multiple sound sources can affect selective listening

The experiment requires you to listen to 10 audio clips, all of which feature a spoken sentence amongst the background noise of a party (each clip has a unique sentence). You are asked to only listen to each audio clip once, after which you will be required to answer 3 questions in regards to that clip.

This experiment requires the use of working stereo headphones. If you do not own such a pair of headphones then please do not continue with this experiment. It is also recommended that you complete this experiment in a quiet environment.

-Your participation in this experiment is voluntary, and as such you have the right to withdraw from this experiment at any time.
-All data will be treated as confidential, and if published, will be presented in such a way that no individual can be identified.
-No contact details will be passed on to any third party.
-If you are under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must read this section and give consent by ticking the box below on your behalf.
1.By ticking the box below you understand the above text, confirm that you meet the age criteria and agree to take part in the experiment.

Before beginning the experiment, please listen to the following audio clip and adjust your volume to a comfortable level.

2.Is the volume comfortable?
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