Masker laterality and cueing in forward-masked intensity discrimination.

  title={Masker laterality and cueing in forward-masked intensity discrimination.},
  author={Robert S. Schlauch and Benjamin Clement and Dennis T. Ries and Jeffrey J. DiGiovanni},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={105 2 Pt 1},
Forward-masked intensity discrimination was measured as a function of level in experiments designed to reveal insights into the mechanism(s) underlying the midlevel elevation of the Weber fraction. The standard and maskers were 1.0-kHz tones that were separated by 100 ms. Performance was measured for listeners with normal hearing using an adaptive procedure. In experiment 1, intensity discrimination was measured in the presence of an ipsilateral masker (80 dB SPL), a contralateral masker (93 dB… CONTINUE READING
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