Estimating peripheral gain and compression using fixed-duration masking curves.

@article{Yasin2013EstimatingPG,
  title={Estimating peripheral gain and compression using fixed-duration masking curves.},
  author={Ifat Yasin and Vit F Drga and Christopher J. Plack},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={133 6},
  pages={
          4145-55
        }
}
Estimates of human basilar membrane gain and compression obtained using temporal masking curve (TMC) and additivity of forward masking (AFM) methods with long-duration maskers or long masker-signal silent intervals may be affected by olivocochlear efferent activation, which reduces basilar membrane gain. The present study introduces a fixed-duration masking curve (FDMC) method, which involves a comparison of off- and on-frequency forward masker levels at threshold as a function of masker and… CONTINUE READING
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