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CHAPTER 11 MASKING
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MASKING The interference with the perception of one sound produced by the presence of a second sound Masking
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Masking Varieties: EARS: vs. Contralateral = M in one, S in other TIMING: vs. Forward = M precedes S vs. Backward = M follows S Masking
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Masking
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Critical Bands: Fletcher Masking
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Masking Level Difference (MLD)
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Unformatted text preview: Masker and Signal in Each Ear Test Threshold twice: > once with identical signals in each ear > once with 180 degrees out of phase R to L Binaural Masking Level Difference (MLD) (contd) Signal is easier to detect with the interaural phase difference Shift in threshold is about 12 to 15 dB at low frequencies. Reflects processing in the auditory brainstem) Binaural...
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