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A roving stimulus paradigm in which tri-modal stimuli are simultaneously presented in a continuous stream with two possible intensities each. Participants are asked to attend to the stream and to respond to occasional target questions (catch trials) prompting participants to report the most recent intensity of a specific modality.

Definition contributed by MGrundei
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