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Re: AUDITORY Digest - 19 Feb 2012 to 20 Feb 2012 (#2012-42)
you might find a paper from my lab interesting where we measured
temporal perceptual weights for annoyance (and loudness), using methods
of molecular psychophysics (psychophysical reverse correlation).
* Dittrich, K., & Oberfeld, D. (2009). A comparison of the temporal
weighting of annoyance and loudness. Journal of the Acoustical Society
of America, 126(6), 3168-3178.
Our results show that the first 100 to 300 ms of a level-fluctuating
sound have a greater impact on the annoyance than the following temporal
sections. We did not study environmental sounds, however.
In this context, another recent paper might be of interest, where we
studied the effects of the temporal structure of sounds (level profile)
on perceptual weights for loudness. Given the well known correlation
between loudness and annoyance, this might be relevant for annoyance, too.
* Oberfeld, D., & Plank, T. (2011). The temporal weighting of loudness:
Effects of the level profile. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics,
You can download the two papers from my web page,
Date: Tue, 21 Feb 2012 08:27:08 +0900
From: Sungyoung Kim<sungyoung@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: literature on human perception of auditory annoyance
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I am looking for paper(s) that introduce human perception of annoyance
related to environmental noise (or just sound).
Especially I am looking for the relationship between annoyance and temporal
structure (variation) of noise.
Can one recommend related papers for me? It would be very appreciated.
-- Ph.D. Research Fellow Sound&IT Development Division Yamaha
Dr. habil. Daniel Oberfeld-Twistel
Johannes Gutenberg - Universitaet Mainz
Department of Psychology
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