Distortion products and the perceived pitch of harmonic complex tones

@inproceedings{Pressnitzer2007DistortionPA,
  title={Distortion products and the perceived pitch of harmonic complex tones},
  author={Daniel Pressnitzer and Roy D. Patterson},
  year={2007}
}
Combination tones (CTs) produced by acoustic stimuli have been studied by many authors as an efficient way to learn about the numerous physiological nonlinearities involved in auditory processing. As far as perception is concerned, CTs have been proposed as a basis for the perception of the pitch of the missing fundamental (Helmholtz, 1877). It has since been shown that the missing fundamental can still be perceived when CTs are cancelled (Schouten, 1938). However, this does not preclude a… CONTINUE READING
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