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Where a sound is physically interrupted.

Illusion: If the sound is fragmented The brain fills in the gaps – through a recent study by scientists in the Netherlands has led to mechanisms by which the brain creates auditory continuity illusion, where a sound is physically interrupted, as a further hearing reveals is background noise; so that when we are trying to listen to conversation in a loud, the brain fills in the gaps between broken fragments of sound to create what we perceive as a continuous noise.

When you physically interrupted audible perceived restored the synchronization of cortical oscillations in[about] stimulus – evoked 4 Hz is suppressed, as if physically uninterrupted sounds were coded .