Any PC-based psychoacoustic tests? (Andrew Simpson )

Subject: Any PC-based psychoacoustic tests?
From:    Andrew Simpson  <andrew(at)PHONETICS.UCL.AC.UK>
Date:    Thu, 11 Aug 1994 16:48:09 +0100

We are carrying out some research on dyslexia in children. This testing involves travelling to schools rather than asking subjects to come to us; consequently we need reasonably portable testing equipment. We would like to include some simple psychoacoustic tests and would like to know if anyone has done something similar, has any software that we could use, or knows of software around that would allow measurement of: 1) gap detection thresholds 2) frequency difference limens 3) frequency dls for fricative-like stimuli. Thanks for any help/advice. Andrew Simpson Phonetics and Linguistics | Tel. +44 71 380 7777 x5004 University College London | Fax +44 71 383 0752 Wolfson House, 4 Stephenson Way | E-Mail: andrew(at) London NW1 2HE |

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