Binaural advantage for sound pattern identification.


Listeners were trained to identify six patterns of eight sequentially presented 48-ms tone bursts. The variation in frequency forming the patterns was confined to a relatively narrow range around the nominal center frequency, which was either 500, 1000, or 3000 Hz, or was selected randomly on each presentation from a range of 450-3300 Hz. Detection (500 and… (More)


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@article{Kidd1995BinauralAF, title={Binaural advantage for sound pattern identification.}, author={G. S. Kidd and Catherine Mason and T L Rohtla}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, year={1995}, volume={98 4}, pages={1977-86} }