Posted by richard on January 24th, 2012
follow up on sunday’s brain related hearing loss discussion
it’s not in my reading notes, searched hearing
what do i read most often?
mistuned harmonic detection (ability to detect the relationship between different sound frequencies, which is important for separating sounds that are occurring simultaneously in a noisy environment); and speech-in-noise (ability to hear a spoken sentence in the presence of background noise).
cocktail part effect:
This observation suggests that older adults must have problems either filtering out irrelevant sound, or focusing on relevant sound.
i think this is where i started:
you’ve gotta read the comments. 17 currently.