Developmental studies on Auditory Scene Analysis ("Smith, Nicholas A." )

Subject: Developmental studies on Auditory Scene Analysis
From:    "Smith, Nicholas A."  <smithn@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 21 Jan 2008 11:03:28 -0600

Dear Annemarie, Here are some other references to work on the development of auditory scene analysis. Demany, L. (1982). Auditory stream segregation in infancy. Infant Behavior and Development, 5, 261-276. McAdams, S. & Bertoncini, J. (1997). Organization and discrimination of repeating sound sequences by newborn infants. JASA, 102, 2945-2953. Hall, J. W., Grose, J. H., Dev, M. B. (1997). Auditory development in complex tasks of comodulation masking release. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 40, 946-954. Newman, R. S. & Juscyk, P. W. (1996). The cocktail party effect in infants. Perception & Psychophysics, 58, 1145-1156. Fassbender, C. (1993). Auditory grouping and segregation in infancy. Kaste Verlag, Norderstedt). (I think that this last one is a Ph.D. Thesis: if anyone has copy that they would be willing to send me, I'd appreciate it. Nick Nicholas A. Smith, Ph.D. Coordinator, Perceptual Development Laboratory Boys Town National Research Hospital 555 North 30th St Omaha, Nebraska, 68131 Email: smithn@xxxxxxxx Phone: 402-452-5070 Fax: 402-452-5027

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