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Three studies demonstrate listeners' ability to use the rate of a sound's frequency change ͑velocity͒ to predict how the spectral path of the sound is likely to evolve, even in the event of an occlusion. Experiments 1 and 2 use a modified probe-signal method to measure attentional filters and demonstrate increased detection to sounds falling along implied paths of constant-linear velocity. Experiment 3 shows listeners perceive a suprathreshold tone as falling along a trajectory of constantdoi:10.1121/1.2945117 pmid:18681601 pmcid:PMC2809678 fatcat:ipggeldno5felgrd3u3jb6i774