Binaural loudness gain measured by simple reaction time.

@article{Schlittenlacher2014BinauralLG,
  title={Binaural loudness gain measured by simple reaction time.},
  author={Josef Schlittenlacher and Wolfgang Ellermeier and Julie Arseneau},
  journal={Attention, perception & psychophysics},
  year={2014},
  volume={76 5},
  pages={
          1465-72
        }
}
In order to yield equal loudness, different studies using scaling or matching methods have found binaural level differences between monaural and diotic presentations ranging from less than 2 dB to as much as 10 dB. In the present study, a reaction time methodology was employed to measure the binaural level difference producing equal reaction time (BLDERT). Participants had to respond to the onset of 1-kHz pure tones with sound pressure levels ranging from 45 to 85 dB, and being presented to the… CONTINUE READING
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