Interactions between test- and inducer-tone durations in induced loudness reduction.

@article{Nieder2003InteractionsBT,
  title={Interactions between test- and inducer-tone durations in induced loudness reduction.},
  author={B{\"a}rbel Nieder and S\oren Buus and Mary Florentine and Bertram Scharf},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2003},
  volume={114 5},
  pages={2846-55}
}
A tone usually declines in loudness when preceded by a more intense inducer tone. This phenomenon is called "loudness recalibration" or "induced loudness reduction" (ILR). The present study investigates how ILR depends on level, loudness, and duration. A 2AFC procedure was used to obtain loudness matches between 2500-Hz comparison tones and 500-Hz test tones at 60 and 70 dB SPL, presented with and without preceding 500-Hz inducer tones. For 200-ms test and comparison tones, the amount of ILR… CONTINUE READING

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