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Stimulus-Onset-Asynchrony as the Main Cue in Temporal Order Judgment

Ariel University Center, Ariel, Israel
Kinneret College, Emek HaYarden, Israel
Ashkelon Academic College, Ashkelon, Israel
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Audiol. Res. 2011, 1(1), e5;
Received: 7 March 2011 / Revised: 7 March 2011 / Accepted: 7 March 2011 / Published: 7 March 2011


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Elderly individuals often complain of difficulties in understanding speech, especially when heard against a background noise or when there are multiple speakers[...]
Keywords: stimulus-onset-asynchrony; temporal order judgment stimulus-onset-asynchrony; temporal order judgment

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Fostick, L.; Ben-Artzi, E.; Babkoff, H. Stimulus-Onset-Asynchrony as the Main Cue in Temporal Order Judgment. Audiol. Res. 2011, 1, e5.

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Fostick L, Ben-Artzi E, Babkoff H. Stimulus-Onset-Asynchrony as the Main Cue in Temporal Order Judgment. Audiology Research. 2011; 1(1):e5.

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Fostick, L., E. Ben-Artzi, and H. Babkoff. 2011. "Stimulus-Onset-Asynchrony as the Main Cue in Temporal Order Judgment" Audiology Research 1, no. 1: e5.

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