perecption of durational variability (Volker Dellwo )

Subject: perecption of durational variability
From:    Volker Dellwo  <v.dellwo@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 4 Apr 2007 18:08:55 +0100

Dear list-members, I am looking for research on a very specific topic: I seem to remember that there is evidence for the hypothesis that listeners' ability to discriminate between the duration of two stimuli decreases with proportionally decreasing overall duration of the stimuli (i.e. increasing rate of the stimuli). I have spent hours and hours today looking for this and found millions of influential factors on the perception of duration but not this. Does anybody have an idea where to look for? Thanks in advance and best wishes, Volker -- -------------------------------------------- Volker Dellwo Department of Phonetics & Linguistics University College London phone: +44 (0)20 7679 5003 (internal: 25003) --------------------------------------------

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