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Re: Precedence Effect

Huseyin wrote:

Secondly, Dr. Divenyi and Prof. Blauert state in a previous article (of
1992) that it may be tempting to explain precedence effect with a link to
monaural forward masking while they were unable to confirm such a link in
between at that time. I also wonder if there is any reference to research
after 1992 that investigated the topic. As far as I can see, presence of
such a link (if there exists such a thing in between at all!) would be a
good point of interest in terms of investigating precedence effect in the
musical domain.

1: Trahiotis C, Hartung K.

Peripheral auditory processing, the precedence effect and responses of
single units in the inferior colliculus.
Hear Res. 2002 Jun;168(1-2):55-9.

2: Hartung K, Trahiotis C.

Peripheral auditory processing and investigations of the "precedence
effect" which utilize successive transient stimuli.
J Acoust Soc Am. 2001 Sep;110(3 Pt 1):1505-13.