The precedence effect.

@article{Litovsky1999ThePE,
  title={The precedence effect.},
  author={Ruth Litovsky and H. Steven Colburn and William A. Yost and Sandra J Guzman},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1999},
  volume={106 4 Pt 1},
  pages={1633-54}
}
In a reverberant environment, sounds reach the ears through several paths. Although the direct sound is followed by multiple reflections, which would be audible in isolation, the first-arriving wavefront dominates many aspects of perception. The "precedence effect" refers to a group of phenomena that are thought to be involved in resolving competition for perception and localization between a direct sound and a reflection. This article is divided into five major sections. First, it begins with… CONTINUE READING
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