Psychophysical Estimates of Cochlear Phase Response: Masking by Harmonic Complexes

@article{Lentz2001PsychophysicalEO,
  title={Psychophysical Estimates of Cochlear Phase Response: Masking by Harmonic Complexes},
  author={Jennifer J. Lentz and Marjorie R. Leek},
  journal={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={408-422}
}
Harmonic complexes with identical component frequencies and amplitudes but different phase spectra may be differentially effective as maskers. Such harmonic waveforms, constructed with positive or negative Schroeder phases, have similar envelopes and identical long-term power spectra, but the positive Schroeder-phase waveform is typically a less effective masker than the negative Schroeder-phase waveform. These masking differences have been attributed to an interaction between the masker phase… CONTINUE READING

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