Soderquist, David

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Adaptation studies in residue pitch 1976 145 Residue pitch perception in the human (three subjects with normal hearing) was examined with the psychophysical technique of adaptation. In this method an adaptation residue pitch of a particular value was presented for 30 seconds and its effect on t...
A comparison of single- and multi-band attention models by use of short duration noise pulses 1974 216 Two experiments were conducted to compare the single and multi-band models of selective attention. Previous work cited in the literature had shown conflicting results both confirming and discrediting the models. Some of the data may be accounted for ...
Masking-level difference (MLD) as a function of noise spectrum level, frequency, and signal duration 1970 65 The present study was undertaken to determine the role of several variables (signal duration, frequency, and noise intensity) in producing the masking-level difference (MLD). A further rationale was to suggest clarifying evidence for discrepancies re...
Binaural analysis as a function of physiological masking : the cardiac cycle 1972 136 The psychophysical study of sensory systems has an extensive history. The sensitivity of sensory systems has often been quantified and evaluated in terms of various concepts of threshold. Generally, the threshold is viewed as a point on a continuum o...
Backward detection and discrimination unmasking : suppression or cueing? 1992 49 Previous research has shown the threshold for a masked signal may decrease if another auditory stimulus, a suppressor, is added to the masker. This improvement in signal threshold is called unmasking. The experiments outlined in this paper were desig...
Effect of training on frequency discrimination in primary school children 1971 16 A review of literature on auditory DLs in children reveals scant empirical data in contrast with adult experimentation. The present study, consequently, was designed to measure auditory DLs in 5-, 7-, and 9-year old children, 18 Ss per age group. Usi...
On the encoding of pitch and the quantitative measurement of pitch strength 1974 36 The purposes of this study were (a) to examine the level, peripheral or central, at which complex stimuli are encoded or analyzed, and (b) to obtain quantitative measures of the strength of complex stimuli. Theories of complex pitch perception (espec...
Differential memory impairment in individuals exhibiting Korsakoff's syndrome 1977 20 In the progress of Korsakoff's syndrome two distinctive states are apparent: (a) disordered sense perception and (b) impairment of retentive memory. This study focused on the short term memory dysfunction noted in Korsakoff's syndrome. The subjects w...
Simultaneous tone on tone masking : an investigation of monaural and dichotic overshoot 1977 11 Transient elevations in the threshold of a signal presented within milliseconds of onset and Just prior to the offset of a masker are called "overshoot." Overshoot was investigated by manipulating three independent variables frequency of the signal, ...