precedence effect


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precedence effect

[prə′sēd·əns i‚fekt or ′pre·səd·əns]
(acoustics)
The ability of the auditory system to process sound that reaches the ears directly from a source even when significant reflected sounds reach the ears shortly afterward.
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Role of eccentricity and size in the global precedence effect.
The effects of uniform field flicker and blurring on the global precedence effect.
Development of auditory localization in dogs: Single source and precedence effect sounds.
Breakdown of echo suppression in the precedence effect.
A developmental look at an auditory illusion: the precedence effect.
The precedence effect and sound localization by children with temporal lobe epilepsy.
Localization suppression and fusion measure of the precedence effect in young children.
Newborn cardiac and behavioral orienting responses to sound under varying precedence effect conditions.
The power of the precedence effect will mainly depend upon the crossover frequency--and the lower that frequency, the less important the phenomenon will be.
Although this is related to the precedence effect, it is not quite the same, and involves the nature of the human hearing mechanism.
The section on the precedence effect in spatial hearing (pp.
The 5s suffered a bit from the precedence effect compared to the Ones.