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Loudness Adaptation and Fatigue
Frequency Analysis Masking and the Critical Band
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acoustic cues adaptation amplifier amplitude audible auditory nerve auditory system bands of noise bandwidth basilar membrane Békésy binaural binaural beats changes channels Chapter clicks cochlea combination tones complex sound complex tone corresponding critical band dB SPL detection discrimination distortion duration effect energy envelope equal-loudness contours example excitation pattern experiments factors fatigue Figure filter firing rate formant forward masking frequency components harmonics hearing high frequencies high-frequency input intensity interaural intervals judgements lateral inhibition lateralisation listener localisation loudness loudspeakers low frequencies low-frequency masker measured mechanism MLDs modulation monaural musical nerve fibres nerve firings neurones normal observed occur partials patterns of neural patterns of vibration perceived phase phonemes pinnae presented produce psychoacoustic pure tones quency ratio relative residue pitch response sensation separate shift signal sinusoidal sound level sound source speech perception speech sounds stimulus subjects temporal theory tion types vowel waveform