Comodulation detection differences in the hooded crow (Corvus corone cornix), with direct comparison to human subjects.

@article{Jensen2007ComodulationDD,
  title={Comodulation detection differences in the hooded crow (Corvus corone cornix), with direct comparison to human subjects.},
  author={Kenneth Kragh Jensen},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2007},
  volume={121 3},
  pages={1783-9}
}
Envelope modulations have been shown important in determining the effectiveness of masking noises. For example, the threshold for detecting a signal flanked by maskers is lower if the maskers and the signal are modulated with different envelopes, rather than the same envelope (comodulation). This threshold change is called the comodulation detection difference (CDD). CDDs were studied in two wild-caught hooded crows, using a 1.5 kHz signal and two maskers at 0.9 and 2.1 kHz, presented at an… CONTINUE READING

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