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Numerous animals across disparate taxa must identify and locate complex acoustic signals imbedded in multiple overlapping signals and ambient noise. A requirement of this task is the ability to group sounds into auditory streams in which sounds are perceived as emanating from the same source. Although numerous studies over the past 50 years have examined aspects of auditory grouping in humans, surprisingly few assays have demonstrated auditory stream formation or the assignment ofdoi:10.1159/000065937 pmid:12417822 fatcat:hl36rrp3lrc4bebw3ggrvacz7e