Profile analysis: The effects of rove on sparse spectra
Normalized excitation patterns for standard stimuli are shown at two different stimulus levels (45 dB SPL per component as the black line; 65 dB SPL per component as the gray line). 0 dB corresponds with the maximum excitation for each excitation pattern.
Thresholds averaged across four listeners are plotted as a function of the number of stimulus components. Filled and unfilled symbols denote rove and no-rove data, respectively. The different symbols indicate thresholds obtained at three different stimulus levels: 35, 55, and 75 dB SPL per component. Error bars are standard errors of the mean.
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