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)
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