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Blattner, M. M., Sumikawa, D. A., & Greenberg, R. M. (1989). Earcons and icons: Their structure and common design principles. Human-computer Interaction, 4, 11–44.  
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Bussemakers, M. P., & de Haan, A. 1998, November 1—4 Using earcons and icons in categorisation tasks to improve multimedia interfaces. Paper presented at 5th International Conference on Auditory Display, Glasgow.  
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Coward, S. W., & Stevens, C. J. (2004). Extracting meaning from sound: Nomic mappings, everyday listening, and perceiving object size from frequency. The Psychological Record, 54(3), 349–364.  
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Gaver, W. W. (1986). Auditory icons: Using sound in computer interfaces. Human-computer Interaction, 2, 167–177.  
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Gaver, W. W. (1993). How do we hear in the world? Explorations in ecological acoustics. Ecological Psychology, 5(4), 285–313.  
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Gaver, W. W. (1993). What in the world do we hear? An ecological approach to auditory perception. Ecological Psychology, 5(1), 1–29.  
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Keller, P., & Stevens, C. (2004). Meaning from environmental sounds: Types of signal-referent relations and their effect on recognizing auditory icons. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 10(1), 3–12.  
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Mustonen, M.-S. (2007). Introducing timbre to design of semi-abstract earcons: The role of timbre in meaning creation of non-speech interface sounds. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller.  
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