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Headphone Check

This code implements a headphone screening task intended to facilitate web-based experiments employing auditory stimuli.

Authors:  Kevin J.P. WoodsMax H. SiegelJames TraerJosh H. McDermottRay GonzalezKelsey Allen
Updated:  2020-06-02
Source:  https://github.com/mcdermottLab/HeadphoneCheck
Keywords:  auditionexperimentstimulipure-tone


Auditory Grouping Cues

Here, we derive auditory grouping cues by measuring and summarizing statistics of natural sound features.

Authors:  Wiktor MÅ‚ynarskiJosh H. McDermott
Updated:  2019-12-10
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/grouping_statistics/index.html
Keywords:  sensoryauditionfrequencyharmony

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Generate cochleagrams natively in Python. Ported from Josh McDermott's MATLAB code.

Authors:  Ray GonzalezJosh H. McDermottJenelle FeatherMax SiegelAndrew Francl
Updated:  2018-08-20
Source:  https://github.com/mcdermottLab/pycochleagram
Keywords:  experimentPythonMATLABcochleagram


Inharmonic Speech Segregation

Inharmonic speech demos showing sound segregation.

Authors:  Sara PophamDana BoebingerDan P. W. EllisHideki KawaharaJosh H. McDermott
Updated:  2018-05-29
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/inharmonic_speech_examples/index.html
Keywords:  sound-sourcesbrainfrequencyharmonicsEnglish


Natural Sounds Stimulus Set

The sound set includes 165 natural sounds, each 2-seconds in duration. The sounds were intended to include many of the sounds people commonly hear in their daily life.

Authors:  Sam Norman-HaignereNancy G. KanwisherJosh H. McDermott
Updated:  2015-11-24
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/svnh/Natural-Sound/Stimuli.html
Keywords:  speechmusicstimulifrequencyGermanFrenchItalianRussianHindiChinese


Source Repetition Stimuli

We used a simple generative model to synthesize novel sounds with naturalistic properties. We found that such sounds could be segregated and identified if they occurred more than once across different mixtures, even when the same sounds were impossible to segregate in single mixtures.

Authors:  Josh H. McDermottDavid WrobleskiAndrew J. Oxenham
Updated:  2011-01-18
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/source_repetition/index.html
Keywords:  speechauditionsound-sourcesacousticsEnglish


Music Scrambling

Example stimuli of music scrambled by pitch, rhythm, and both.

Authors:  Sam Norman-HaignereNancy KanwisherJosh H. McDermott
Updated:  2010-12-31
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/music_scrambling/index.html
Keywords:  pitchharmonicsfrequencyaudition



A study into the underlying mechanisms of consonance.

Authors:  Josh H. McDermottAndriana J. LehrAndrew J. Oxenham
Updated:  2010-06-08
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/consonance_examples/index.html
Keywords:  frequencyharmonyacoustics


Cocktail Party Problem

The cocktail party problem is the task of hearing a sound of interest, often a speech signal, in a complex auditory setting.

Authors:  Josh H. McDermott
Updated:  2009-12-24
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/cocktail_examples/index.html
Keywords:  auditionspeechnoisefrequencyEnglish


Sound Contour Demos

A study of relative pitch - the relationships between the pitch of successive sounds - to determine whether properties of relative pitch would generalize to other auditory dimensions.

Authors:  Josh H. McDermottAndriana J.Andrew J. Oxenham
Updated:  2008-05-09
Source:  http://mcdermottlab.mit.edu/sound_contour_demos/sound_contour_demos.html
Keywords:  frequencypitchharmonyaudition

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