Intensity and frequency resolution: masking of absolute identification and fixed and roving discrimination.

@article{Mori1992IntensityAF,
  title={Intensity and frequency resolution: masking of absolute identification and fixed and roving discrimination.},
  author={Shuji Mori and Lawrence M Ward},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1992},
  volume={91 1},
  pages={246-55}
}
Auditory intensity and frequency resolution were studied in three paradigms under masking conditions. Absolute identifications of single stimuli (one-interval paradigm) and 2IFC judgments of fixed- and roving-level pairs of stimuli (two-interval paradigm) were obtained from the same experienced observers. Judgments were made under optimal (no mask) conditions, in the presence of a broadband noise mask (simultaneous mask), and when the stimulus(i) to be judged were either preceded (forward mask… CONTINUE READING