Cuing mechanisms in auditory signal detection

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HÜBNER, Ronald, Ervin R. HAFTER, 1995. Cuing mechanisms in auditory signal detection. In: Perception & Psychophysics. 57(2), pp. 197-202. ISSN 0031-5117. eISSN 1532-5962. Available under: doi: 10.3758/BF03206506

@article{Hubner1995Cuing-21230, title={Cuing mechanisms in auditory signal detection}, year={1995}, doi={10.3758/BF03206506}, number={2}, volume={57}, issn={0031-5117}, journal={Perception & Psychophysics}, pages={197--202}, author={Hübner, Ronald and Hafter, Ervin R.} }

Hübner, Ronald Perception & Psychophysics ; 57 (1995), 2. - S. 197-202 terms-of-use Hübner, Ronald 1995 2013-01-29T07:40:30Z Hafter, Ervin R. Detection of auditory signals under frequency uncertainty can be improved by presenting cues to the listeners. Since various cues have been found to differ in effectiveness, three conceivable mechanisms were considered which might account for these differences. Cuing might reduce the number and/or width of the employed auditory filters or listening bands. Also, cues could modulate the precision of frequency tuning of the filters. Psychometric functions were collected in a detection experiment with frequency uncertainty employing three kinds of cues: pure tones whose frequency was identical to that of the signal (iconic cues), complex tones with a missing fundamental equal to the signal (complex cues), and pure tones with a certain frequency relation to the signal (relative cues). Compared with a no-cue condition, all cue types improved detection performance. Fitting models to the data suggests that in the no-cue condition as well as the complex-cue condition, multiple bands were utilized, and that the iconic and relative cues induced single-band listening. There is no indication that accuracy of frequency tuning was responsible for cue-efficiency differences. 2013-01-29T07:40:30Z eng Cuing mechanisms in auditory signal detection Hafter, Ervin R.

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