Informational masking with small set sizes.

  title={Informational masking with small set sizes.},
  author={Virginia M. Richards and Zhongzhou Tang and Gerald D Kidd},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={111 3},
Informational masking refers to interference in the detectability of a sound, or discrimination of some property of a sound, beyond that which can be attributed to interactions at the auditory periphery. In the current experiments the signal to be detected was a tone added to a 6-tone masker, and informational masking was introduced by randomly choosing the frequencies of the tones that comprise the masker. The primary question was whether small numbers of maskers could replace randomly drawn… CONTINUE READING

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