A partial list of recent publications:

1. Divenyi, P. L. (2002). Perception of formant transitions in V1V2 vowel complexes. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America: (submitted).
2. Simon, H. J., P. L. Divenyi and A. Lotze (2002). Lateralization of narrow band noise by blind and sighted listeners. Perception 31: (in press).
3. Divenyi, P. L., Nuzzo, R., and Haupt, K. M. (2002). Changes of auditory performance profile in aging: A longitudinal study. Ear and Hearing, (revision submitted).
4. Divenyi, P. L. (2001). Dimensions of auditory segregation: What do they tell us about levels of audi-tory processing? In D. J. Breebart, A. J. M. Houtsma, A. Kohlrausch, V. F. Prijs & R. Schoonhoven, eds. Physiological and Psychophysical Bases of Auditory Function, Maastricht (the Netherlands): Shaker Publishing (468-476).
5. Divenyi, P. L. (2000). Horizontal and vertical programming in musical performance. In T. Nakada (Ed.), Integrated Human Brain Science Theory, Method, Application (Music) (pp. 213-227 and CD Tracks 1-13). New York: Elsevier Science B.V. and Nishimura Co. Ltd.
6. Carré, R., and Divenyi, P. L. (2000). Modeling and perception of gesture reductions. Phonetica, 57, 152-169.
7. Divenyi, P. L., and Simon, H. J. (1999). Hearing in aging: Issues old and new. Current Opinion in Otolaryngology, 7(5), 282-289.
8. Divenyi, P. L. (1999) Psychophysical measurement of auditory scene analysis. Proceedings of the In-ternational G. von Békésy Centenary Conference on Hearing and Related Sciences, Budapest, Hun-gary, pp. 136-141.
9. Divenyi, P. L., and Carré, R. (1998). The Effect of Transition Velocity and Transition Duration on Vowel Reduction in V1V2 Complexes. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Acoustics, American Institute of Physics, Seattle, WA, 2957-2958.
10. Carré, R., and Divenyi, P. L. (1998). Perception of speech gestures. Proceedings of the 12th Interna-tional Congress on Acoustics, American Institute of Physics, Seattle, WA, 2001-2002.

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