Perceptual weights in auditory level discrimination.

@article{Kortekaas2003PerceptualWI,
  title={Perceptual weights in auditory level discrimination.},
  author={Reinier Kortekaas and S\oren Buus and Mary Florentine},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2003},
  volume={113 6},
  pages={3306-22}
}
Perceptual weights in level discrimination (also called intensity discrimination) were determined for 3-, 7-, 15-, and 24-component tone complexes with flat spectral envelopes using a correlational paradigm. Each frequency component was randomly and independently perturbed in level oneach presentation. For the target interval, frequency-component levels were additionally increased by the level increment to be detected, deltaL [= 201og10((p + deltap)/p), where p is pressure]. Weights were… CONTINUE READING

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