L K Hinchcliff

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Temporal acuity, defined as the minimum detectable gap in an otherwise continuous noise, was measured with an adaptive version of the two-alternative forced-choice task. For 6 normal listeners, the minimum duration detectable decreased from an average of 20.3 ms at a noise level of 30 dB SPL to 3.2 ms at 80 dB SPL. By comparison, the temporal acuity of 4(More)
Some systematic observations on monaural diplacusis C. Formby, D. B. Gjerdingen 219 Temporal acuity in normal and hearing-impaired listeners R. Influence of vibration on asymptotic threshold shift produced by impulse noise
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