Speech coding in the auditory nerve: III. Voiceless fricative consonants.

@article{Delgutte1984SpeechCI,
  title={Speech coding in the auditory nerve: III. Voiceless fricative consonants.},
  author={Bertrand Delgutte and Nelson Y. S. Kiang},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1984},
  volume={75 3},
  pages={
          887-96
        }
}
Responses of auditory-nerve fibers in anesthetized cats were recorded for synthetic voiceless fricative consonants. The four stimuli (/x/, /s/, /s/, and /f/) were presented at two levels corresponding to speech in which the levels of the vowels would be approximately 60 and 75 dB SPL, respectively. Discharge patterns were characterized in terms of PST histograms and their power spectra. For both stimulus levels, frequency regions in which the stimuli had considerable energy corresponded well… CONTINUE READING
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