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Influence of auditory stimulus intensity on apparent duration

Influence of auditory stimulus intensity on apparent duration

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Published in Stockholm] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stimulus intensity.,
  • Auditory perception.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Birgitta Berglund [and others.
    SeriesReports from the Psychological laboratories, the University of Stockholm ;, no. 265
    ContributionsBerglund, Birgitta.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF21 .S78 no. 265
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4371336M
    LC Control Number78566812

    analyze the influence of different factors on human response time such as stimulus modality, stimulus intensity, foreperiod, gender, stimulus-response alternatives, and stimulus location []. The human-machine-interfaces nowadays not only routinely utilize the visual and auditory stimuli modality, but also increase the use of tactile modality. Perception of the duration of auditory and visual stimuli in children and adults Sylvie Droit-Volet, Stéphanie Tourret, and John Wearden stimulus duration values was greater in the 3- and the 5-year-olds than in the 8-year-olds. DURATION OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL STIMULI temporal generalization, verbal time estimation), Wearden Cited by:

    Start studying Chapter 6 - Perception of auditory stimuli. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Brainstem auditory evoked responses in man. I. Effect of stimulus rise-fall time and duration. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 60, – Hoke, M., & Lutkenhoner, B. ().

    Its duration for stimulus pairs involving visual and auditory stimuli has been shown to shorten with increasing stimulus intensity. Changing the characteristics of balance-related sensory signals could normalize the length of the temporal binding window and improve balance : Angela M Chen. THE INFLUENCE OF THE AUDITORY ENVIRONMENT ON THE EMOTIONAL PERCEPTION OF SPEECH Maarten Brouwers, Master Thesis Graduation committee Armin Kohlrausch (TU/e – TIW/HTI / Philips Research) dr. Dik Hermes (TU/e - TIW/HTI).


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Stimulus intensity effects on auditory and visual reaction process Article (PDF Available) in Acta Psychologica 43(4) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Pekka Niemi. Judged duration as a function of stimulus intensity was studied for both audition and vision, with loudness and luminance output equated.

More intense sounds and lights were judged longer than less intense auditory and visual durations, and this intensity effect was greater for by:   The effects of stimulus duration and spatial separation on the illusion of apparent motion in the auditory modality were examined.

Two narrow-band noise sources (40 dB, A-weighted) were presented through speakers separated in space by °, 5°, orcentered about the subject’s midline. The duration of each stimulus was 5, 10, or 50 by: Adaptation of the Auditory Brainstem Response: Effects of Click Intensity, Polarity, and Position Bopanna B.

Ballachanda* George Moushegian t Robert D. Stillman t Abstract The aim of this research was to study the effects of several stimulus parameters on adaptation characteristics of the auditory brainstem response (ABR). Recordings were. Auditory Stimulus Timing Influences Perceived duration of Co-Occurring Visual Stimuli To determine whether any influence of auditory durations on visual duration judgments depended on synchrony between the multisensory events, in a control study (Experiment 1b) we misaligned the onsets of auditory and visual events (by ms) to produce Cited by: Auditory Stimulus Timing Influences Perceived duration of Co-Occurring Visual Stimuli Article (PDF Available) in Frontiers in Psychology September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The general energy-detection model has been applied to a wide range of stimulus conditions (Swets ) such as different stimulus durations and different frequency content for the signal and masker, and to tasks involving discrimination stimulus changes (e.g., in signal level).

The energy-detection models are most accurate for limited data sets. Author(s): Berglund,Birgitta Title(s): The Influence of auditory stimulus intensity on apparent duration, by Birgitta Berglund [et al. Country of Publication: Sweden Publisher: Stockholm] Factors like intensity and duration of the stimulus, age and gender of the participant, effect of practice can affect the reaction time of an individual to a particular stimulus.

For example, there are relative differences between the reaction time to visual and auditory stimuli between by: Latency and amplitude measurements were made on five peaks (N a, P a, N b, P b, and N c) of the AAER waveforms recorded for 27 experimental conditions: three conditions of stimulus frequency (,and Hz) at each of nine conditions of signal intensity (a no-stimulus control 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, and 80 dB re: group Cited by: Biological Psychology 10 () North-Holland Publishing Company RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STIMULUS INTENSITY AND AMPLITUDE OF VISUAL AND AUDITORY EVENT RELATED POTENTIALS Gary B.

KASKEY Illinois State Psychiatric Institute, Chicago, ILU.S.A. Leonard F. SALZMAN and Rafael KLORMAN University of Rochester, Medical Center, Rochester, NYCited by: that stimulus is kHz, 2/1/2 msec envelope.

kHz click-like sounds (0//0 msec enve-lope) and kHz tone bursts (1//1 envelope). The waveform to the kHz click-like stimulus is indistinguishable from a typical ABR; it is apparent too that wave III and V latencies and amplitudes are noticeably compromised at the.

This pilot study tested the efficacy of auditory and visual stimuli to increase children's exercise intensity while exercising in a classroom. Nineteen children aged 6 to 12 years participated in four exercise conditions (treadmill with and without music; cycling with and without video) with heart rate monitored continuously.

This study used "t" tests to compare % HR above rest between : Patricia Sandoval, Amanda Staiano, Holly Kihm. With the music protocol, HR decreased during minutes (pre-vs. 40 min – Cohen’s d:medium effect size) and 60 minutes after medication (pre-vs.

60 min – Cohen’s d:medium effect Cited by: 3. Abstract: In this research, the influence of the preceding auditor stimulus on the auditory-evoked potential (AEP) of the succeeding stimuli was investigated, when the human subjects were presented with a pair of auditory stimuli.

We found that the evoked potential of the succeeding stimulus was inhibited completely by the preceding stimulus, when the inter-stimulus interval (ISI) was shorter. warning stimulus was given (total time: 70 sec), the participant was exposed to an auditory startle stimulus.

The auditory startle stimulus was a short, loud bang produced by a screwdriver hitting a metal lid. It was introduced approximately one and a half feet behind the participant’s Size: KB. Auditory perception skills are basic both to general learning skills and to the development of musicianship.

Specific auditory skills include awareness, localization, memory, sequencing, and the ability to discriminate the sound characteristics of pitch, duration, intensity, and timbre. Deficiencies in auditory skills frequently cause language andFile Size: 94KB.

A brief, broad-band auditory stimulus was found to significantly enhance the perceived intensity of an LED. The effect was most pronounced at the lowest visual intensities, and was evident regardless of the location of the auditory by:   any stimulus capable of eliciting auditory sensation.

This usually refers to a distinct airborne sound, but can also include vibration produced by conduction or by internally generated events. AUDITORY STIMULUS: "A pencil sharpener represents an auditory stimulus because it makes noise and triggers the auditory process.".

The duration of the stimulus presentation was synchronized with the refresh traces of the monitor. In addition to encoding stimulus intensity information into the episodic trace, it is likely that response information is encoded.

This pattern of stimulus and response is parallel to the way that a shepherd might train his sheepdog. Auditory stimulus timing influences perceived duration of co-occurring visual stimuli Vincenzo Romei 1,2*, Benjamin De Haas, Robert M.

Mok2,3 and Jon Driver1,2 1 WellcomeTrust Centre for Neuroimaging at UCL, University College London, London, UK 2 UCL Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London, UK.Auditory processing disorder and rarely known as King-Kopetzky syndrome or auditory disability with normal hearing (ADN) is an umbrella term for a variety of disorders that affect the way the brain processes auditory information.

Individuals with APD usually have normal structure and function of the outer, middle, and inner ear (peripheral hearing).Specialty: Audiology.The connection between the frequency of a sound stimulus and the timing of the auditory nerve fiber firing.

Timbre The quality that distinguishes between two tones that sound different even though they have the same loudness, pitch, and duration.