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Re: comparing cochlear models ?
Sorry for the naive questions, but does masking take place in the cochlea or in the auditory cortex?
Does missing fundamental perception take place in the cochlea or in the auditory cortex?
Ditto, awareness and attention.
On 2010, May 20, at 8:37 PM, John Bates wrote:
> Dear Emad,
> The only criterion that makes sense to me is that a cochlear model should replicate well-known psychoacoustic experiments ... For example, the two-tone interference experiments such as missing fundamental, combination tones, masking, etc. should all be explainable by the same model. ... Furthermore, the model should be capable of separating sounds in terms of awareness and attention.