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Learning & Perception
Authors:
Alexandra Bendixen
,
Tamás M. Bőhm
,
Orsolya Szalárdy
,
Robert Mill
,
Susan L. Denham
, and
István Winkler

Akeroyd, M. A., Carlyon, R. P., Deeks, J. M. (2005): Can dichotic pitches form two streams? Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, 977–981. Andreou, L.-V., Kashino, M., Chait, M

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Learning & Perception
Authors:
Alexandra Bendixen
,
Tamás M. Bőhm
,
Orsolya Szalárdy
,
Robert Mill
,
Susan L. Denham
, and
István Winkler

Sound sources often emit trains of discrete sounds, such as a series of footsteps. Previously, two different principles have been suggested for how the human auditory system binds discrete sounds together into perceptual units. The feature similarity principle is based on linking sounds with similar characteristics over time. The predictability principle is based on linking sounds that follow each other in a predictable manner. The present study compared the effects of these two principles. Participants were presented with tone sequences and instructed to continuously indicate whether they perceived a single coherent sequence or two concurrent streams of sound. We investigated the influence of separate manipulations of similarity and predictability on these perceptual reports. Both grouping principles affected perception of the tone sequences, albeit with different characteristics. In particular, results suggest that whereas predictability is only analyzed for the currently perceived sound organization, feature similarity is also analyzed for alternative groupings of sound. Moreover, changing similarity or predictability within an ongoing sound sequence led to markedly different dynamic effects. Taken together, these results provide evidence for different roles of similarity and predictability in auditory scene analysis, suggesting that forming auditory stream representations and competition between alternatives rely on partly different processes.

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allelic composition, dough rheology, and baking characteristics of flour mill streams from wheat cultivars with known and varied baking qualities. Cereal Chem. 79 :720–725. Ivanoski M

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. , Slade R. M. , Haney R. L. Impact of sampling techniques on measured stormwater quality data for small streams , J. Environ. Qual , Vol. 39 , No. 5 , 2010 , pp. 1734 – 1742 . [7

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. Angermeier , P.L. and M.R. Winston . 1998 . Local vs regional influences on local diversity in stream fish communities of Virginia . Ecology 79 : 911 – 927 . Auerbach , D. and N

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Acta Biologica Hungarica
Authors:
T. Kucserka
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Kata Karádi-Kovács
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M. Vass
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G. Selmeczy
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Katalin Hubai
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Viktória Üveges
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I. Kacsala
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N. Törő
, and
Judit Padisák

Abelho, M. (2001) From litterfall to breakdown in streams: a review. Sci. World J. 1 , 656–680. Abelho M From litterfall to breakdown in

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Learning & Perception
Authors:
Orsolya Szalárdy
,
Alexandra Bendixen
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Dénes Tóth
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Susan L. Denham
, and
István Winkler

Anstis, S., Saida, S. (1985): Adaptation to Auditory Streaming of Frequency-Modulated Tones. Journal of Experimental Psychology – Human Perception and Performance, 11, 257–271. Bendixen, A., Bőhm

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Community Ecology
Authors:
C. Calderón del Cid
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R. S. Rezende
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A. R. Calor
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J. S. Dahora
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L. N. de Aragão
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M. L. Guedes
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A. N. Caiafa
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A. O. Medeiros

References Abelho , M. 2001 . From litterfall to breakdown in streams: A review . Sci. World J. 1 : 656 – 680

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Learning & Perception
Authors:
Tamás M. Bőhm
,
Lidia Shestopalova
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Alexandra Bendixen
,
Andreas G. Andreou
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Julius Georgiou
,
Guillame Garreau
,
Philippe Pouliquen
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Andrew Cassidy
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Susan L. Denham
, and
István Winkler

). Perceptual bi-stability in auditory streaming: How much do stimulus features matter? Learning and Perception, 5 (Suppl. 2), 73–100. (this issue) Denham, S. L., Gyimesi, K., Stefanics, G., Winkler, I. (2009). Stability of perceptual

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Orest Voznyak
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Olena Savchenko
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Nadiia Spodyniuk
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Iryna Sukholova
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Mariana Kasynets
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Oleksandr Dovbush

of the air flow. In this regard, it is of interest to use devices that create rectangular air jets of all types: flat air streams, axisymmetric and rectangular ones. This should be the air distributors with a slit which has the appropriate ratio of

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