Discrimination and direction (KEVIN AUSTIN )

Subject: Discrimination and direction
Date:    Fri, 4 Jun 1999 08:27:42 -0400

Sorry, I'm (easily) confused by numbers. It seems that 80-90% of a general population can discriminate a .5%-1% difference in frequency at 1 kHz. How many of them are able to indicate 'which direction' the frequency was moved? It may be in the posting, but I didn't see it .... deaf as a bat. Best Kevin kaustin(at)vax2.concordia.ca

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