Slippery context effect and critical bands.

@article{Marks1991SlipperyCE,
  title={Slippery context effect and critical bands.},
  author={Lawrence E. Marks and Elaine Warner},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={1991},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={986-96}
}
This article explored the slippery context effect: When Ss judge the loudness of tones that differ in sound frequency as well as intensity, stimulus context (relative intensity levels at the 2 frequencies) can strongly influence the levels that are judged equally loud. It is shown that the size of the slippery context effect depends on the frequency difference between the tones: Small frequency differences (less than a critical bandwidth) produced essentially no slippery effect; much larger… CONTINUE READING

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