Monaural and binaural loudness of 5- and 200-ms tones in normal and impaired hearing.

@article{Whilby2006MonauralAB,
  title={Monaural and binaural loudness of 5- and 200-ms tones in normal and impaired hearing.},
  author={Shani Whilby and Mary Florentine and Eva Wagner and Jeremy Marozeau},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={119 6},
  pages={3931-9}
}
The difference in level required to match monaural and binaural loudness of 5- and 200-ms tones was measured for listeners with normal and impaired hearing. Stimuli were 1-kHz tones presented at levels ranging from 10 to 90 dB sensation level. Sixteen listeners (eight normal and eight with losses of primarily cochlear origin) made loudness matches between equal-duration monaural and binaural tones using an adaptive 2AFC procedure. The present results corroborate existing data for 200-ms tones… CONTINUE READING

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