Temporal weights in loudness : investigation of the effects of background noise and sound level

Alexander Fischenich, Jan Hots, Jesko Verhey & Daniel Oberfeld-Twistel
Previous research has consistently shown that for sounds varying in intensity over time, the beginning of the sound is of higher importance for the perception of loudness than later parts (primacy effect). However, in all previous studies, the target sounds were presented in quiet, and at a fixed average sound level. In the present study, temporal loudness weights for a time-varying narrowband noise were investigated in the presence of a continuous bandpass-filtered background noise and...
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