John M. Nuetzel
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All 10 forms of the test of Speech Perception in Noise (SPIN) were presented to 128 listeners who had some degree of sensorineural hearing loss. Presentation of the speech track was at 50 dB above… Continue Reading
In recent years there has been an increased interest in the use of interaural time as a cue for lateralization at high frequencies. Our study examines this question using AM complexes with carriers… Continue Reading
Sensitivity to interaural delays in high‐frequency waveforms was examined using amplitude‐modulated signals. Carrier frequencies ranged from 2 to 6 kHz, and modulation was varied from 50 to 550 Hz.… Continue Reading
In an earlier paper, wqe examined the distribution of binaural resolvins power by measuring threshold increments of interaural delay as a function of overall dealy [E. R. Hafter and J. Demaio, J.… Continue Reading
All 10 forms of the test of Speech Perception in Noise (SPIN) were presented to 128 listeners who had some degree of sensorineural hearing loss. Presentation of the speech track was at 50 dB above ...
One can construct narrow bands of noise that contain delays of either the envelope, the phase, or the carrier separately or in combination. Delayed and undelayed noises will have identical spectra… Continue Reading
Subjects' sensitivities to interaural intensity differences (IID's) were measured in a two‐cue, two‐alternative adaptive procedure which presented an IID in either the second or third of four 250‐ms… Continue Reading
Psychophysical measurements of two-tone masking [E. Zwicker, Acustica 4, 415-420 (1954)] were made at 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, and 4 kHz utilizing a masker level of 62 dB SPL/tone. Fifty-eight "untrained"… Continue Reading
Psychophysical measurement of two‐tone masking [E. Zwicker, Acustica 4, 415‐420 (1954)] were obtained at signal frequencies of 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, and 4 kHz with seven masker separations tested at each… Continue Reading