Joseph G. Agnello

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Auditory adaptation effects were measured for narrow bands of noise both within and outside of the critical band for 1 000 Hz. In keeping with previous research, a pure-tone condition resulted in more adaptation than any of the noise band conditions. However, as the noise bands were increased in width, a significant decrease in adaptation was observed,(More)
The classic Simultaneous Dichotic Loudness Balance (SDLB) procedure for the study of auditory adaptation was used by Weiler and Hood (1977) in a successful test of a model for predicting adaptation in db at intensities above the initial baseline values, using a linear approximation across levels. When Balzer et al (Brit. J. Audiol., 1984, 18, 49-50) fitted(More)
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