Characterizing Changes in Auditory Filter Bandwidth As A Function of Level

@inproceedings{Rosen1992CharacterizingCI,
  title={Characterizing Changes in Auditory Filter Bandwidth As A Function of Level},
  author={Stuart Rosen and Richard Baker and Sarah Kramer},
  year={1992}
}
Psychoacoustically-measured auditory filters broaden as the level at which they are measured increases, but it is not yet known whether this change is primarily dependent on the level of the probe or of the masker. Although most measurements using notched- and comb-filtered noise have fixed the masker level in assessing the properties of a single auditory filter, we give three reasons to believe that the level of the probe should be kept constant. Firstly, a constant masker level implies that… CONTINUE READING

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