Describe how the lowest signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for signal detection varies for different temporal conditions.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a health & medical multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Learning Goal: I’m working on a health & medical exercise and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.n this homework, you are asked to discriminate frequencies of pure tones. Detailed instructions and acoustic sounds can be found here on this slide. Click the loudspeaker symbols on the slide to play the sounds and adjust your computer volume to be comfortably loud. Once set, the computer volume should be fixed when you listen to the four sets of sounds. Report your results using the following table in text entry. Answer whether your results are consistent with the Weber’s Law (i.e., the smallest discriminable frequency difference in % is a constant for different base frequencies).Base Frequency (Hz)How many pairs lead to a discriminable difference in frequencyThe smallest discriminable frequency difference in %25050010004000Listening of Intensity DiscriminationIn this homework, you are asked to discriminate intensities of pure tones. Detailed instructions and acoustic sounds can be found here on this slide. Click the loudspeaker symbols on the slide to play the sounds and adjust your computer volume so that the lower level is audible while the higher levels are not too loud. Once set, the computer volume should be fixed when you listen to the three sets of tones. Report your results using the following table in text entry. Answer whether your results are consistent with the Weber’s Law (i.e., the smallest discriminable level difference in dB is a constant for different base levels).Base LevelHow many pairs lead to a discriminable difference in levelThe smallest discriminable level difference in dBLower20 dB Higher40 dB HigherListening of Signal Detection in Noisen this homework, you are asked to detect a tonal signal in broadband noise. Detailed instructions and acoustic sounds can be found here on this slide.Click the loudspeaker symbols on the slide to play the sounds and adjust your computer volume so that the lower level is audible while the higher levels are not too loud. Once set, the computer volume should be fixed when you listen to the three sets of sounds. Report your results using the following table in text entry. Answer whether the lowest signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for signal detection is a constant for different masker levels.Masker LevelHow many times did you detect the tonal signal in noiseThe lowest SNR for signal detectionLower10 dB Higher20 dB HigherListening of Temporal MaskingIn this homework, you are asked to detect a tonal signal in different temporal conditions. Detailed instructions and acoustic sounds can be found here on this slide. Click the loudspeaker symbols on the slide to play the sounds and adjust your computer volume to be comfortably loud. Once set, the computer volume should be fixed when you listen to the three sets of sounds. Report your results using the following table in text entry. Describe how the lowest signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) for signal detection varies for different temporal conditions.Temporal ConditionHow many times did you detect the signal before, during, or after noiseThe lowest SNR for signal detectionBackward maskingSimultaneous maskingForward maskingListening of Tuning CurveIn this homework, you are asked to detect a tonal signal in the middle of a tonal masker. Detailed instructions and acoustic sounds can be found here on this slide. Click the loudspeaker symbols on the slide to play the sounds and adjust your computer volume to be comfortably loud. Once set, the computer volume should be fixed when you listen to the four sets of sounds. Report your results using the following table in text entry. Describe how the lowest masker level needed to mask the signal varies with the masker frequency. Are you results consistent with the description of tuning curve in our lectures?Masker Frequency (Hz)How many times did you detect the signal in the middle of the maskerThe lowest masker level needed to mask the signal (e.g., 0 dB above the signal level, 3 dB above the signal level, and so on)90099010101100

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