Re: paper on human cochlear tuning (Fred Wightman )

Subject: Re: paper on human cochlear tuning
From:    Fred Wightman  <Wightman(at)WAISMAN.WISC.EDU>
Date:    Sun, 24 Mar 2002 07:01:56 -0600

What Andrew Bell might have mentioned is that in an article that Dave Green, Craig Wier and I published in JASA (1975, vol 57, p 935) we argued (convincingly, we thought at the time at least) that Pumphrey and Gold's result could more parsimoniously be explained as a product of simple pitch judgement. In the classical tradition of psychoacoustics, we would argue that one should look at the stimulus first.

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