Psychoacoustical Phenomenons

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  1. BabyBleusMommy

    BabyBleusMommy 2+ Year Member

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    Other than tinntius...

    what other psychoacostical phenomenons can you name?
     
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    You mean like otoacoustic emissions?
     
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    Interaural time & level difference, masking effect, brain using harmonics to perceive the absent fundamental, binaural beats, etc..
     
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    Huggin's pitch, missing fundamental, MLDs, auditory hallucinations, etc.
     
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    Yikes -- never heard of Huggin's pitch!! I better look that up before the Praxis.
     
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    It's incredibly unlikely that it would appear on the Praxis. The phenomenon is just an example of binaural cues to pitch. Two stimuli that would otherwise be perceived as noise when presented monaurally are perceived as having a recognizable pitch when presented dichotically.

    This (the first Google result for "Huggins pitch) explains it well.

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=..._vDse65mUfMhkECsQ&sig2=Lf6MDERZWhadcuDWWatr1g
     

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