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n. (used with a sing. verb)
The scientific study of the perception of sound.

psy′cho·a·cous′tic, psy′cho·a·cous′ti·cal adj.


(Physiology) relating to psychoacoustics
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These data are apparently determined by musical experience, and are probably not directly related to the psychoacoustic measurements of Moore and of Darwin.
thesis, titled "An embedded and scalable audio compression scheme using Wavelets and improved psychoacoustic models," and his additional research interests are in the field of lossless audio compression and watermarking of audio signals.
Chapter 2 covers acoustic and psychoacoustic concepts.
The first level is that of our concept of sound, namely the acoustic and psychoacoustic level, the shift being what I have called "the end of the Fourier era." Characteristic of this shift is a moving away from linear acoustic models, separable and independent parameters of aural perception, and stimulus-response behavioral models towards a recognition of the role of nonlinearity, multidimensional percepts, and information processing.
The trial promises to improve business communication by combining Dolby expertise in core signal processing and human psychoacoustic perception with BT s world-class capabilities in the field of unified communications.
Relationships among psychoacoustic judgments, speech understanding ability and self perceived handicap in tinnitus subjects.
In my room, the surround speakers blended perfectly with the main front channel speakers and provided the necessary psychoacoustic cues with which to truly enjoy home theater to its fullest.
Specifically, XPN-AM exploits a psychoacoustic model to maximize the reach and intelligibility of AM transmissions while lowering distortion and reducing listening fatigue.
This perceptual process is called "psychoacoustic masking" The sounds of the outside world mask the sounds of the body itself, anchoring our attention away from the internal sound.
The present study reports Saudi data on gap detection thresholds (GDTs) by using a Windows-based psychoacoustic experiment program named Psycon developed by Kwon.
These include audiometric evaluation (n=126, 99%), head MRI studies (n=78, 62%), tympanometry (n=67, 54%), ABR (n=55, 43%), complete blood work-up (including thyroid stimulating hormone and vitamin B12 levels) (n=33, 26%), psychoacoustic testing (e.g.,: tinnitus pitch and loudness matching tests) (n=23, 18%), temporal bone CT scan (n=13, 10%), and single positron emission tomography (SPECT) (n=3,2%).
And many others are created, just like the psychoacoustic phenomena that accompany them.