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000184947 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1121/1.4790473
000184947 02470 $$2ISI$$a000316300900041
000184947 037__ $$aARTICLE
000184947 245__ $$aInteraural correlation discrimination from diffuse field reference correlations
000184947 269__ $$a2013
000184947 260__ $$aMelville$$bAcoustical Soc Amer Amer Inst Physics$$c2013
000184947 300__ $$a7
000184947 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000184947 520__ $$aJust noticeable differences in interaural correlation (rho-jnds) from diffuse sound field reference correlations are obtained. In a three-interval, three-alternative forced-choice procedure, rho-jnds are measured for positive and negative deviations from nine narrowband reference conditions. Stimuli are 1 equivalent rectangular bandwidth wide noise bursts with center frequencies between 165 and 1500 Hz. The frequency dependent reference correlation (rho_ref) is determined by the simulated interaural correlation under ideal diffuse sound field conditions. Results show that the interaural correlation at threshold for deviation toward the positive correlation range follows the reference curve in a nonlinear fashion. For deviation toward the negative correlation range the interaural correlation at threshold is further afar the reference curve and does not markedly resemble its trend. The results indicate that the previously found asymmetry for correlation discrimination from uncorrelated broadband stimuli to the positive and negative correlation range becomes less pronounced for narrowband stimuli. For positive deviation, the highest jnds are found for the region where the reference curve occupies the global minimum in rho_ref; despite that, the interaural correlation at threshold for positive deviation exhibits its lowest value at that point.
000184947 6531_ $$adiffuse field
000184947 6531_ $$ainteraural correlation
000184947 6531_ $$ainteraural coherence
000184947 700__ $$0242501$$aWalther, Andreas$$g194779
000184947 700__ $$0244017$$aFaller, Christof$$g144820
000184947 773__ $$j133$$k3$$q1496-1502$$tJournal of the Acoustical Society of America
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