Cumulation of the tendency to segregate auditory streams: resetting by changes in location and loudness.

@article{Rogers1998CumulationOT,
  title={Cumulation of the tendency to segregate auditory streams: resetting by changes in location and loudness.},
  author={Weatherly Rogers and Albert S. Bregman},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  year={1998},
  volume={60 7},
  pages={1216-27}
}
In four experiments, the accumulation, over time, of a tendency to hear separate high and low streams in a sequence of high (H) and low (L) tones, presented in a galloping rhythm (HLH-HLH-...), was studied. Each trial was composed of two parts, an induction sequence, then a test sequence, with no break between them. The test sequence was always heard at the far left. When the induction sequence and the test sequence were identical, the presence of the induction sequence increased the tendency… CONTINUE READING