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A test of the Equal-Loudness-Ratio hypothesis using cross-modality matching functionsa)
a)A portion of this work was presented at the meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics in 2001 [Florentine, M., Epstein, M., and Buus, S. (2001). ”Loudness functions for long and short tones,” in Fechner Day 2001, edited by E. Sommerfeld, R. Kompass, and T. Lachmann (Pabst, Berlin).]
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FIG. 1.

Individual CMM functions obtained from the nine listeners. The geometric mean of string length is plotted on a log scale as a function of level. The closed circles show data for the 200 ms tones and the open circles show the data for the 5 ms tones. The vertical bars show one standard error of the mean. The thin lines show fourth-order polynomials fitted to the data. The thick lines show the ratio of string lengths obtained for equal-SPL 200 and 5 ms tones as estimated from the polynomials.

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FIG. 2.

Mean data and fourth-order polynomials fitted to the data plotted in Fig. 1. The thick line shows the ratio of string lengths obtained for equal-SPL 200 and 5 ms tones as averaged from the polynomials.

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FIG. 3.

Temporal integration of loudness for nine individual listeners derived from adaptive loudness (circles) and CMM (lines). The level differences needed to obtain equal loudness between the 5 and 200 ms tones are plotted as a function of the level of the 5 ms tone. The error bars show one standard error of the mean.

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FIG. 4.

Average temporal integration of loudness for nine listeners plotted in the same manner as Fig. 3. The error bars show one standard deviation calculated across the nine listeners’ data for the loudness matching experiment.

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2005-08-01
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Scitation: A test of the Equal-Loudness-Ratio hypothesis using cross-modality matching functionsa)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/118/2/10.1121/1.1954547
10.1121/1.1954547
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