Spectral interference in a binaural detection task: effects of masker bandwidth and temporal fringe.

@article{Bernstein1993SpectralII,
  title={Spectral interference in a binaural detection task: effects of masker bandwidth and temporal fringe.},
  author={Leslie R. Bernstein and Constantine Trahiotis},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1993},
  volume={94 2 Pt 1},
  pages={735-42}
}
Recently, it was reported that the detectability of a 100-ms, 800-Hz tone (the target) presented antiphasically (S pi) against a background of continuous, broadband, diotic noise could be degraded if a 400-Hz tone (the interferer) was gated simultaneously with the target [L. R. Bernstein, J. Acoust. Soc Am. 89, 1306-1313 (1991)]. This degradation, termed "interference," was reduced by presenting the interferer continuously. In the present study, the amount of such interference was measured when… CONTINUE READING

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