Perceptive phenomenon that groups the same entities or events even with considerable break in time.
Perceptive phenomenon that groups separate entities or events.
Perceptive phenomenon that joint two separate entities (ex: lines lying along the same trajectory).
A single sound change in frequency, intensity, location or spectrum is usually smooth and continuous rather than impulsive and abrupt.
Notion explaining that the perception of similar individual sound becomes a group when three are perceived at the same time
Perceptive effect that dictates that one change in several sounds at the same time will affect the all group. Characteristics: Can be applied to individual sound objects or entire environment. Related effects: Cut out (Augoyard, 2006)
A single sound component can usually be assigned to one source at the time
Three levels on which sound commands our attention based on the Gestalt principle of figure and ground