psychoacoustic
adjective see psychoacoustics

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  • psychoacoustic — See psychoacoustics. * * * …   Universalium

  • psychoacoustic — adjective Of or pertaining to psychoacoustics …   Wiktionary

  • psychoacoustic — psy·cho·acoustic …   English syllables

  • psychoacoustic — |sī(ˌ)kō+ adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary psych + acoustic : of or relating to psychoacoustics …   Useful english dictionary

  • psychoacoustics — psychoacoustic, psychoacoustical, adj. /suy koh euh kooh stiks/ or, esp. Brit., / euh kow /, n. (used with a sing. v.) the study of sound perception. [1945 50; PSYCHO + ACOUSTICS] * * * …   Universalium

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  • Critical band — The term critical band, introduced by Harvey Fletcher in the 1940s, referred to the frequency bandwidth of the then loosely defined auditory filter. Psychophysiologically, beating and auditory roughness sensations can be linked to the inability… …   Wikipedia

  • Critical bands — The term critical band, introduced by Harvey Fletcher in the 1940s, referred to the frequency bandwidth of the then loosely defined auditory filter. Since Georg von Békésy’s studies (1960), the term also refers literally to the specific area on… …   Wikipedia

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