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Braden N. Maxwell
University of Rochester
Stimulus (physiology)Masking (art)AcousticsInferior colliculusSpeech recognitionMidbrainBandwidth (signal processing)
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Results of simultaneous notched-noise masking are commonly interpreted as reflecting the bandwidth of underlying auditory filters. This interpretation assumes that listeners detect a tone added to notched-noise based on an increase in energy at the output of an auditory filter. Previous work challenged this assumption by showing that randomly and independently varying (roving) the levels of each stimulus interval does not substantially worsen listener thresholds [Lentz, Richards, and Matiasek (1...
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