Release from speech-on-speech masking in a front-and-back geometry.

@article{Aaronson2009ReleaseFS,
  title={Release from speech-on-speech masking in a front-and-back geometry.},
  author={Neil L. Aaronson and Brad Rakerd and William M. Hartmann},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2009},
  volume={125 3},
  pages={1636-48}
}
Informational masking of a target female talker by female distracters was measured with target and distracters presented from directly in front of the listener as a baseline condition. Next, it was found that if the distracters were also presented from directly in back of the listener, advanced or delayed by a few milliseconds with respect to the distracters in front, release from informational masking occurred. Release from informational masking was found for all delays within the Haas region… CONTINUE READING

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