Profile Analysis: Auditory Intensity Discrimination by David M. GreenProfile Analysis: Auditory Intensity Discrimination by David M. Green

Profile Analysis: Auditory Intensity Discrimination

byDavid M. Green

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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This book brings together recent research on the ability of human listeners to discern changes in the shape of complex acoustic spectra. It systematically discusses issues surrounding the discrimination of a change in acoustic intensity and the physiological mechanisms responsible for thisprocess. The book also proposes two new theories which attempt to explain spectral shape discrimination on the basis of more elementary auditory processes. The research described here is helping scientists gain a better understanding of auditory skills such as those involved in listening to musicand speech.
David M. Green is a Graduate Research Professor of Psychology at the University of Florida.
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Title:Profile Analysis: Auditory Intensity DiscriminationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 9.49 × 6.38 × 0.63 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0195049489

ISBN - 13:9780195049480

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Table of Contents

1. Early Experiments in Profile Analysis2. Intensity Discrimination3. Discrimination of a Change in Intensity Level for Sinusoidal Signals4. Some Properties of Profile Analysis5. Frequency and Relative Level Effects in Profile Analysis6. Training and Dynamic Effects7. Two Theories of Profile Analysis

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"This version of "profile analysis" refers to the fundamental question of how we hear changes in the spectral shape of complex sounds. . . . this mongraph provides a very readable introduction. . . useful compilation. . . conveys an excitment that is appropriate to this new and important areaof auditory research." --Contemporary Psychology