ASA 127th Meeting M.I.T. 1994 June 6-10

Papers in 4pPP - Psychological & Physiological Acoustics

  1. 4pPP1 On the relation between spectral discrimination of wideband and
  2. 4pPP2 The role of component-relative entropy in the discrimination of
  3. 4pPP3 Simultaneous availability of absolute-intensity and
  4. 4pPP4 Selective attention to spectral-temporal regions of auditory
  5. 4pPP5 Temporal and spectral processing in increment detection.
  6. 4pPP6 Within- and across-channel processes in modulation detection
  7. 4pPP7 Recognition of amplitude modulation patterns in the presence of a
  8. 4pPP8 What aspects of the envelope are relevant for detection of
  9. 4pPP9 Discriminability of three-tone, common envelope signals.
  10. 4pPP10 Reproducible noise discrimination with concurrent narrowband
  11. 4pPP11 The detection of modulation and the discrimination of modulation
  12. 4pPP12 Effect of coherent frequency modulation on grouping the harmonics
  13. 4pPP13 Selective attention in the discrimination of narrow-band sounds.
  14. 4pPP14 Preliminary measures of the focusing of attention on auditory
  15. 4pPP15 Detection of frequency modulation in steady and gliding tones.
  16. 4pPP16 Pitches of concurrent vowels.
  17. 4pPP17 The pitches of mistuned harmonics.
  18. 4pPP18 Iterated rippled noise: Testing temporal theories of complex
  19. 4pPP19 Repetition detection by untrained listeners presented with very
  20. 4pPP20 Some evidence that two separate mechanisms encode the F0's of
  21. 4pPP21 An entrainment model of human time perception.
  22. 4pPP22 The influence of temporal deviations on the perception of auditory
  23. 4pPP23 The measure and modelization of tempo sensitivity in auditory
  24. 4pPP24 Auditory discrimination based on the physical dynamics of a tuning
  25. 4pPP25 Using physically based models for collision-sound synthesis in
  26. 4pPP26 Detection and recognition of familiar sounds.
  27. 4pPP27 Temporal characterization of flat-spectra natural acoustic
  28. 4pPP28 Decision strategies in information integration.
  29. 4pPP29 Human versus ideal performance on a three-interval forced-choice
  30. 4pPP30 Phonetic contrast perception: Predicting human performance from
  31. 4pPP31 Training transfer in simple psychoacoustic tasks.
  32. 4pPP32 Transfer of learning in a sequence discrimination task.