Title of Document : MEG , PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF LOUDNESS , TIMBRE , AND AUDIOVISUAL INTEGRATION

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  title={Title of Document : MEG , PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF LOUDNESS , TIMBRE , AND AUDIOVISUAL INTEGRATION},
  author={Julian Jenkins},
  year={2011}
}
Title of Document: MEG, PSYCHOPHYSICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF LOUDNESS, TIMBRE, AND AUDIOVISUAL INTEGRATION Julian Jenkins III, Ph.D., 2011 Directed By: Professor David Poeppel, Department of Biology Natural scenes and ecological signals are inherently complex and understanding of their perception and processing is incomplete. For example, a speech signal contains not only information at various frequencies, but is also not static; the signal is concurrently modulated temporally. In… CONTINUE READING

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