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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do certain frequencies of sound induce psychological states?
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comment Asking a reference of computing masking
I think it is potentially this T Nichols
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comment this Q belongs to meta, ignore if you mind
@Tomá┼íZato if you flag cases where answers are used to address comments, a mod can convert the answer into a comment.
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answered Is this Auditory Processing Delay or something else?
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answered how is tone volume encoded?
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comment How does masking work?
There is also simultaneous masking.
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comment A subtle test for color-blindness
When you say the subject doesn't know they are being tested, do you mean know that color perception is being tested, or they are being tested for something?
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asked Are staircases more efficient than the method of constant stimuli?
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comment Do unequal step sizes in staircase procedure affect the convergence?
@ChrisStronks Kaernbach (1991) says no. As for linear versus log scale. Yes, a 3-down 1-up track on sound pressure measured in linear units would not converge to the same point as a 3-down, 1-up track on sound level measured in decibels. most auditory researchers care about decibels, so they use decibels.
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revised Do unequal step sizes in staircase procedure affect the convergence?
I think links sould go to the publishers page and not potentially pirated pages
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answered Do unequal step sizes in staircase procedure affect the convergence?