Temporal integration of loudness measured using categorical loudness scaling and matching procedures

Daniel L. Valente, Suyash Narendra Joshi, Walt Jesteadt

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    Abstract

    Temporal integration of loudness of 1 kHz tones with 5 and 200 ms durations was assessed in four subjects using two loudness measurement procedures: categorical loudness scaling (CLS) and loudness
    matching. CLS provides a reliable and efficient procedure for collecting data on the temporal integration of loudness and previously reported nonmonotonic behavior observed at mid-sound pressure level levels is replicated with this procedure. Stimuli that are assigned to the same category are effectively matched in loudness, allowing the measurement of temporal integration with CLS without curve-fitting, interpolation, or assumptions concerning the form of the loudness growth function.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalJ A S A Express Letters
    Volume130
    Issue number1
    Pages (from-to)EL32-EL37
    ISSN1529-7853
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

    Keywords

    • Acoustic variables measurement
    • Hearing
    • Loudness

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