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As good as the real thing? Performance differences for live versus recorded stimuli in an everyday listening task

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  • In An Attempt To Understand The Influence Of Stimulus Presentation Method For A Typical Everyday Lis
  • Test Subject Performance In A Dropped-Rod Length-Estimate Experiment Was Compared For Three Cases: 1
  • 2) Playback Of Binaural Stimuli As Recorded From An Acoustic Head And Torso Simulator
  • And 3) Diotic Presentation Of Monaurally Recorded Stimuli
  • Live Presentation Of Stimuli Has Already Been Used By C
  • Carello
  • Et Al
  • [Psychological Science 9
  • 211-214 (1998)] To Demonstrate That Humans Can Hear Reasonably Well The Length Of Wooden Dowels Drop
  • This Experiment Was Performed To Assess The Significance Of The Presentation Technique And To Better
  • Normal-Hearing Test Subjects Were Seated Facing Away From An Acoustically Transparent But Visually O
  • Test Subjects Listened To Recordings Presented Via Headphones And To The Live Presentation Of Wooden
  • The Subjects Were Asked To Produce Estimates Of The Rod Lengths By Positioning A Moveable Surface In
  • In An Attempt To Make The Task As Natural As Possible
  • The Recording
  • Playback
  • And Live Presentation Of The Stimuli All Occurred In The Same Acoustically-Normal Room
  • Recordings Were Made In A Position Typical Of Where The Test Subject Would Be Seated
  • Thereby Maintaining A Similar Impression Of Both The Direct And Reflected Sound As Allowed For By Th
  • The Results From This Experiment Indicate That The Use Of Binaurally-Recorded Test Stimuli For Simil
  • In Normal Hearing Listeners
  • That Are Very Similar To Those Which Can Be Obtained With Live Stimuli Presentation
  • Monaurally-Recorded Stimuli Should Be Used With Caution

Abstract

As good as the real thing? Performance differences for live versus recorded stimuli in an everyday listening task - DTU Orbit (19/06/14) As good as the real thing? Performance differences for live versus recorded stimuli in an everyday listening task - DTU Orbit (19/06/14) As good as the real thing? Performance differences for live versus recorded stimuli in an everyday listening task. / Kirkwood, Brent Christopher. 2005. Poster session presented at 21st Danavox Symposium "Hearing Aid Fitting", Kolding, Denmark. Publication: Research - peer-review › Poster – Annual report year: 2005

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