Archives of Acoustics, 25, 4, pp. , 2000

Peripheral and central processes in hearing

U. Jorasz
Institute of Acoustics, Adam Mickiewicz University

B.C. J. Moore
Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge

One of the important problem in contemporary
psychoacoustics is what can be instrumental in eliminating a relatively wide gap
between peripheral - within-channel - and central - across-channel - auditory
processes. The authors argued that CMR and MDI - two forms of auditory masking -
can be useful in clarifying this problem. The mechanisms involved in the both
effects are peripheral and central as well.
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