EFFECT OF INTERAURAL PHASE ON FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE DISCRIMINATION

Authors
  1. Henning, G.B.
Corporate Authors
Defence and Civil Inst of Environmental Medicine, Downsview ONT (CAN)
Abstract
The resolution of frequency and amplitude is better at low signal-to-noise ratios with out-of-phase signals than with in-phase signals when the noise in which the signals are presented is the same at both ears. On the other hand, at high signal-to-noise ratios, the effects of the interaural phase of the signals are negligible. These findings are discussed in terms of the predictions of a modified version of Durlach's Equalization and Cancellation Model and the Webster-Jeffress Model of the binaural masking level difference.
Report Number
RP-807 — Research Paper
Date of publication
01 Jan 1973
Number of Pages
19
Reprinted from
J of Acoustical Society of America, vol 54, no 5, 1973, p 1160-1178
DSTKIM No
74-03311
CANDIS No
22927
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Hardcopy

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