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Re: Psychoacoutics experiments with large N
I've briefly browsed through my collection of papers and two studies on the precedence effect came up which employ a large number of subjects. Both are by Saberi and his colleagues so I guess (but do not remember for sure) that they use the same experimental data.
1) Kourosh Saberi and Joseph V. Antonio, Precedence-effect thresholds for a population of untrained listeners as a function of stimulus intensity and interclick interval, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 114, 420 (2003) [127 subjects]
2) Kourosh Saberi, Joseph V. Antonio, and Agavni Petrosyan, A population study of the precedence effect, Hearing Res., 191, 1-13, (2003) [99 subjects]
You may also find papers by Isherwood, Zacharov and others on generalised listener selection (GLS) procedure interesting as this is how companies like B&O, Nokia, etc. select their listener panels for product evaluation. The following paper investigates the selection of 30 listeners from among 300 candidates.
3) David Isherwood, Gaetan Lorho, Nick Zacharov, Ville-Veikko Mattila, Augmentation, Application and Verification of the Generalized Listener Selection Procedure, Presented at the 115th AES Conv., Preprint #5894, (2003)
Hope this helps,
All the best,
Dr Hüseyin Hacihabiboglu
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Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 08:51:09 +0200
From: Massimo Grassi <massimo.grassi@xxxxxxxx>
Subject: Psychoacoutics experiments with large N
Dear list members,
is anybody aware of hearing experiments conducted with a (very) large
number of participants?
I know of only two works (i.e., W. Hartmann, JASA, 1993 and Neuhoff,
Wayand and Knight, ICAD Proceedings, 2002).
Thank you all in advance,
Massimo Grassi - PhD
Dipartimento di Psicologia Generale
Via Venezia 8 - 35131 Padova - Italy