Humans detect gaps in broadband noise according to effective gap duration without additional cues from abrupt envelope changes.

Abstract

Previous studies of behavior and IC single units in the mouse support theoretical expectations that gaps with ramped trailing markers have reduced detectability compared to equivalent gaps with ramped leading markers. In experiment 1, detection probability and response speeds of humans listening for gaps in broadband noise were investigated by independently… (More)

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@article{Allen2002HumansDG, title={Humans detect gaps in broadband noise according to effective gap duration without additional cues from abrupt envelope changes.}, author={Paul D. Allen and Tracy M Virag and James R. Ison}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, year={2002}, volume={112 6}, pages={2967-74} }