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BAD MSG: Chris Darwin and me, in the book 'Hearing' by BCJ Moore (academic, 995), there is a table which summarises this information." 2. From Bill Hartmann: "Johnson and I compared a bunch of them in Music Perception, vol. 9, p 155 (1991)." 3. Martine Turgeon has recently completed a dissertation on this subject at McGill, and is currently writing manuscripts to be submitted for publication. 4. Other references included: - Bregman's "Auditory Scene Analysis", 1990, MIT Press - Punita Singh (e.g. 1987: Perceptual organisation of complex-tone sequences: a trade off between pitch and timbre?, JASA, 82, 886-895. 10 years later: 1997: Singh & Bregman: The influence of different timbre attributes on the perceptual segregation of complex-tone sequences, JASA 102, 1943-1952.) - Paul Iverson (1995: Auditory stream segregation by musical timbre: effects of static and dynamic acoustic attributes, JExpPsy, Hum.Perc. and Performance, Vol.21, No.4, 751-763) - Joyce Vliegen & Andy Oxenham (1999: Sequential stream segregation in the absence of spectral cues, JASA 105, 339-346.

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