This takes information from the cochlea in the inner ear and transmits it to the auditory cortex. What is it?
What is one of the two neural pathways that runs between the brain and the auditory periphery?
The assumption of this theory is that particular frequencies displace certain regions of basilar membrane more than others
This method is the Procedure in which the intensity levels of the stimuli are predetermined by the examiner and are presented randomly until a threshold is reached
Method of Adjustment
Method of Limits
Method of Constant Stimuli
MAP stands for what?
this term refers to the process by which one acoustic signal is able to obscure the presence of another acoustic signal, so that it cannot be detected. In this same process, one acoustic signal is also able to raise the threshold of another.
What is Phon?
What term refers to Perception or psychological impression of the frequency of sound?
What are the Three important topics of binaural hearing?