*  Psychoacoustics
... received its name from a field within psychology-i.e., recognition science-which deals with all kinds of human ... Psychoacoustics is the scientific study of sound perception and audiology. More specifically, it is the branch of science ... Psychoacoustics includes topics and studies that are relevant to music psychology and music therapy. Theorists such as Benjamin ... Psychoacoustics is based heavily on human anatomy, especially the ear's limitations in perceiving sound as outlined previously ...
*  Timbre
In music, timbre (/ˈtæmbər/ TAM-bər, also known as tone color or tone quality from psychoacoustics) is the perceived sound ... Dixon Ward, W. (1965). "Psychoacoustics". In Audiometry: Principles and Practices, edited by Aram Glorig, 55. Baltimore: ...
*  MP3
See psychoacoustics.) Frequency resolution is limited by the small long block window size, which decreases coding efficiency. ...
*  Ohm's acoustic law
David M. Howard, Jamie A. S. Angus (2006). Acoustics and psychoacoustics. Focal Press. p. 123. ISBN 978-0-240-51995-1. John ...
*  Computer audition
... psychoacoustics (sound perception); cognitive sciences (neuroscience and artificial intelligence); acoustics (physics of sound ...
*  Missing fundamental
Psychoacoustics Subharmonic Jan Schnupp, Israel Nelken and Andrew King (2011). Auditory Neuroscience. MIT Press. ISBN 0-262- ... Howard, David M.; Jamie Angus (2006). Acoustics and Psychoacoustics. Focal Press. pp. 200-3. ISBN 0-240-51995-7. McGill ...
*  Michael Gerzon
Beyond Psychoacoustics. Dora Media Productions. ISBN 978-0-9560160-0-3. OCLC 663423066. Thornton, Stephen (14 May 2010). ...
*  Zwicker tone
Psychoacoustics: Facts and Models. Springer. 2007. p. 130. ISBN 978-3-540-68888-4. Retrieved 2013-07-03. ...
*  Fabric sound evaluation system
Zwicker, E., & Fastle, H. (2007). Psychoacoustics: Facts and Models. Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Snow, M., & Williges, ...
*  Chalkboard scraping
The basis of the innate reaction to the sound has been studied in the field of psychoacoustics (the branch of psychology ... "Psychoacoustics of chalkboard squeaking". Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 130: 2545. Bibcode:2011ASAJ..130R2545R ... Lynn Halpern; Randolph Blake; James Hillenbrand (1986). "Psychoacoustics of a chilling sound" (PDF). Perception & Psychophysics ... "Acoustical Society of America - Psychoacoustics of chalkboard squeaking". acoustics.org. Retrieved 10 October 2016. ...
*  Shrillness
Reuter, Christoph; Michael Oehler (2011). "Psychoacoustics of chalkboard squeaking". The Journal of the Acoustical Society of ...
*  Speaker wire
Loudspeaker enclosure Psychoacoustics "Auxiliary Loudspeaker". Popular Science. Bonnier Corporation. 124 (2): 54. February 1934 ...
*  Mel-frequency cepstrum
Gammatone filter Psychoacoustics Min Xu; et al. (2004). "HMM-based audio keyword generation". In Kiyoharu Aizawa; Yuichi ...
*  Matrix decoder
ISBN 0-672-20966-7. Gerzon, Michael (8 December 1977). "Don't say quad-say psychoacoustics". New Scientist. pp. 634-636. The ...
*  Absolute threshold of hearing
Psychoacoustics IN Handbook of Clinical Audiology. Fifth Edition. Fechner, G., 1860. Elements of psychophysics. New York: Holt ... dB(A) Equal-loudness contour Hearing range Loudness Phon Psychoacoustics Psychophysics Signal detection theory Sone Durrant J D ... Sensitivity of Human Ear The psychoacoustics of multichannel audio Three Models of Temporal Summation Evaluated Using Normal- ... with calibrated levels and results expressed in dBHL Fundamentals of psychoacoustics Minimising boredom by maximising ...
*  Music psychology
Psychoacoustics is a branch of psychophysics. Cognitive musicology is a branch of cognitive science concerned with ... Recruitment of the SMA and premotor areas is also reported when musicians are asked to imagine performing Psychoacoustics is ... Originally arising in fields of psychoacoustics and sensation, cognitive theories of how people understand music more recently ... "Ghent University; Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music". Retrieved 9 April 2014. "McGill University; CIRMMT". ...
*  Sone
The study of apparent loudness is included in the topic of psychoacoustics and employs methods of psychophysics. According to ... ISBN 978-3-540-70601-4. Hugo Fastl and Eberhard Zwicker (2007). Psychoacoustics: facts and models (3rd ed.). Springer. p. 207. ...
*  Piano acoustics
See also Piano wire, Piano tuning, Psychoacoustics. The Railsback curve, first measured by O.L. Railsback, expresses the ...
*  Animal cognition
In G. M.Klump, R. J.Dooling, R. R.Fay, & W. C.Stebbins (Eds.)," Methods in Comparative Psychoacoustics" (pp. 307-318). Basel, ...
*  Acoustics
Psychoacoustics explains how humans respond to sounds. Acousticians study the production, processing and perception of speech. ... Some conduct basic research to advance our knowledge of the perception (e.g. hearing, psychoacoustics or neurophysiology) of ...
*  Outline of acoustics
Psychoacoustics - study of how humans respond to sounds. Acoustic signal processing - electronic manipulation of acoustic ...
*  ABX test
Transparency (data compression) Psychophysics Psychoacoustics Munson, W.A.; Gardner, Mark (June 18, 1950). "Standardizing ...
*  Eric J. Heller
The psychoacoustics of pitch perception forms the longest chapter. See [whyyouhearwhatyouhear.com]. Regarding Heller's art ... Heller has published an unusual book, called Why You Hear What You Hear, on acoustics and psychoacoustics (Princeton, 2012). ...
*  Sound localization
The Graduate School in Psychoacoustics at the University of Oldenburg, Neurophysiology Lab in University of Wisconsin-Madison ... http://acousticslab.org/psychoacoustics/PMFiles/Module07a.htm Wallach,, H; Newman, E.B.; Rosenzweig, M.R. (July 1949). "The ... Binaural fusion Coincidence detection in neurobiology Human echolocation Perceptual-based 3D sound localization Psychoacoustics ...
*  Sound
The field of psychoacoustics is dedicated to such studies. Historically the word "sound" referred exclusively to an effect in ... psychoacoustics, speech, ultrasound, underwater acoustics, and vibration. Sound is defined as "(a) Oscillation in pressure, ...