Maintaining realism in auditory length-perception experiments

Brent Christopher Kirkwood

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Abstract

Humans are capable of hearing the lengths of wooden rods dropped onto hard floors. In an attempt to understand the influence of the stimulus presentation method for testing this kind of everyday listening task, listener performance was compared for three presentation methods in an auditory length-estimation experiment. A comparison of the length-estimation accuracy for the three presentation methods indicates that the choice of presentation method is important for maintaining realism and for maintaining the acoustic cues utilized by listeners in perceiving length.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPhD Papers in Technology and Science - Fall 2005 : Selected Papers from the PhD course "Writing and Reviewing Scientific Papers"
Place of PublicationDK-9220 Aalborg East
PublisherAalborg University International Doctoral School of Technology and Science
Publication date2005
Pages46-48
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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