Detection and Interaural Time Discrimination of a Sinusoid Masked By Interaurally Delayed White Noise
Masking-level differences and masked interaural time jnds were measured for a 560- and a 1000-Hz tone-burst signal. The masker, a diotic white noise, was interaurally time delayed by amounts ranging from no delay to one full period of the signal frequency. Results show that the size of the jnd varies systematically with the masking-level difference. Those masker delays which most benefit detection cause poorer signal interaural time discrimination.
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Cohen, Marion F. and Koehnke, Janet, "Detection and Interaural Time Discrimination of a Sinusoid Masked By Interaurally Delayed White Noise" (1982). Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 27.