Informational masking without maskers

  title={Informational masking without maskers},
  author={Robert A. Lutfi and Joshua M. Alexander},
  • Robert A. Lutfi, Joshua M. Alexander
  • Published 2002
  • Mathematics
  • Informational masking is often interpreted as a failure of listeners to ‘‘perceptually segregate’’ the signal from the masker based on their different spectral‐temporal properties. Though popular, such interpretations are difficult to test, as they make few specific predictions. There is, however, one prediction clearly implied by perceptual segregation. It is that informational masking should be eliminated on trials in which the masker is absent. Without a masker there can be no failure of… CONTINUE READING

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