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Little more on Psychoacoustics …Then on to the Quizette
Ear of Stimulation Does a loud sound in the left ear affect the right ear? Why might it? Why might it not? Actual results
High vs. Low Frequencies Demo of frequency scales 900, 950, 1000, 1050 Hz 900, 950, 1000, 5000 Hz Easier to judge with the 5000 Hz tone Why is there no gain for frequency?
Upcoming Quizette Material All lectures + chapter 5 Multiple Choice Questions 20 questions, 4 options each Many with “Both a & b” responses 1 pt each (20 total) Short answer questions 7 questions (3 pts each) + Bonus Question (2 pts) 3 pts each (21 total + 2 for bonus) Be sure to mention ‘Key Words’ when relevant
Resources Sample questions online http://www.erin.utoronto.ca/~w3psy385 http://www.erin.utoronto.ca/~w3psy385 Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Available until Sunday 11:00 pm Saturday after 6 pm Drop by office hours Friday (today) 10 – 4 pm
TLA 3: Speech in Noise: due OCT 13 Ingredients Television Paper Writing utensil Activity – Source Monitoring During a 1 minute period tally each time you hear the words ‘THE’ or ‘AND’ Crowded room (e.g., cafeteria) 1 person behind you TV or Radio News broadcast Do not face the TV Hum lightly to yourself or listen to music while doing this Write-up Which was easier?