Re: within- vs. across-stream organization (Greg Sandell )

Subject: Re: within- vs. across-stream organization
From:    Greg Sandell  <sandell(at)EPUNIX.SUSSEX.AC.UK>
Date:    Sat, 15 May 1993 10:11:55 -0400

While searching through some journals for information on an unrelated topic, I stumbled upon some papers possibly relating to my question on within- vs. across-stream organization question: M.F-St. George & A.S.Bregman (1989). Role of predictability of sequence in auditory stream segregation. Perception & Psychophysics 46/4, 384-386. S. Handel, M.S. Weaver & G.Lawson (1983). Effect of rhythmic grouping on stream segregation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 9/4, 637-651. W.J.Dowling, K.M-T.Lung & S.Herrbold (1987). Aiming attention in pitch and time in the perception of interleaved melodies. Perception & Psychophysics 41/6, 642-656. Commentary to follow when I find time! -- Gregory J. Sandell (sandell(at) Lab. of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex Brighton BN1 9QG England +44-273-678058

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