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Tamás M. Bőhm

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Lidia Shestopalova Russian Academy of Sciences Pavlov Institute of Physiology Makarova nab. 6 100034 St. Petersburg Russia

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Alexandra Bendixen

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Andreas G. Andreou

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Julius Georgiou University of Cyprus Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering P.O. Box 20537 1678 Nicosia Cyprus

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Guillame Garreau University of Cyprus Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering P.O. Box 20537 1678 Nicosia Cyprus

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Philippe Pouliquen

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Andrew Cassidy Johns Hopkins University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 3400 North Charles Str. Baltimore MD 21218 USA

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Susan L. Denham University of Plymouth Cognition Institute and School of Psychology Drake Circus Plymouth PL4 8AA UK

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István Winkler

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The human auditory system is capable of grouping sounds originating from different sound sources into coherent auditory streams, a process termed auditory stream segregation. Several cues can influence auditory stream segregation, but the full set of cues and the way in which they are integrated is still unknown. In the current study, we tested whether auditory motion can serve as a cue for segregating sequences of tones. Our hypothesis was that, following the principle of common fate, sounds emitted by sources moving together in space along similar trajectories will be more likely to be grouped into a single auditory stream, while sounds emitted by independently moving sources will more often be heard as two streams. Stimuli were derived from sound recordings in which the sound source motion was induced by walking humans. Although the results showed a clear effect of spatial separation, auditory motion had a negligible influence on stream segregation. Hence, auditory motion may not be used as a primitive cue in auditory stream segregation.

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Learning & Perception
Language English
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Year of
Foundation
2009
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ceased
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Publisher Akadémiai Kiadó
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H-1117 Budapest, Hungary 1516 Budapest, PO Box 245.
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Publisher
Chief Executive Officer, Akadémiai Kiadó
ISSN 1789-3186 (Print)
ISSN 2060-9175 (Online)

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