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Sensation and Perception: Warren and Warren 1970
Warren, R.M., & Warren, R.P. (1970). Auditory illusions and confusions. Scientific American, 223, 30-36. (pdf)
This article is a summary of several studies on auditory illusions. It includes the effect whereby participants cannot identify the order of vowels presented without gap between them, as well as the illusions experienced by participants hearing the same word repeated for several minutes.
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These failures of perception are studied because they isolate and clarify some fundamental processes that normally lead to accuracy of perception and appropriate interpretation of ambiguous sources.
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