The incorporation of level and level-invariant cues for the detection of a tone added to noise.

@article{Richards1993TheIO,
  title={The incorporation of level and level-invariant cues for the detection of a tone added to noise.},
  author={Virginia M. Richards and R D Nekrich},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1993},
  volume={94 5},
  pages={2560-74}
}
The potential contribution of level-dependent and level-invariant cues for the detection of a tone added to narrow bands of noise was assessed in two experiments. In the first experiment, three masker bandwidths, 40, 120, and 360 Hz, and three center frequencies, 600, 1800, and 5400 Hz were tested. For the tone-in-noise detection task, the signal to be detected was a tone with a frequency equal to the center frequency of the noise masker. The level of the added tone was adjusted so as to… CONTINUE READING

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