Constantine Trahiotis
Constantine Trahiotis
Professor Emeritus, UConn Health
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Enhancing sensitivity to interaural delays at high frequencies by using “transposed stimuli”
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 112 (3), 1026-1036, 2002
2912002
Lateralization of complex binaural stimuli: A weighted‐image model
RM Stern, AS Zeiberg, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 84 (1), 156-165, 1988
2021988
Models of binaural interaction
RM Stern, C Trahiotis
Handbook of perception and cognition 6, 347-386, 1995
1251995
Neural responses to simple simulated echoes in the auditory brain stem of the unanesthetized rabbit
DC Fitzpatrick, S Kuwada, R Batra, C Trahiotis
Journal of neurophysiology 74 (6), 2469-2486, 1995
1241995
Behavioral investigation of some possible effects of sectioning the crossed olivocochlear bundle
C Trahiotis, DN Elliott
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 47 (2B), 592-596, 1970
1161970
Peripheral auditory processing and investigations of the “precedence effect” which utilize successive transient stimuli
K Hartung, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (3), 1505-1513, 2001
1152001
Lateralization of low‐frequency, complex waveforms: The use of envelope‐based temporal disparities
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 77 (5), 1868-1880, 1985
1091985
Detection of interaural delay in high‐frequency sinusoidally amplitude‐modulated tones, two‐tone complexes, and bands of noise
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 95 (6), 3561-3567, 1994
1061994
Lateralization of bands of noise: Effects of bandwidth and differences of interaural time and phase
C Trahiotis, RM Stern
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 86 (4), 1285-1293, 1989
1021989
The normalized correlation: Accounting for binaural detection across center frequency
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100 (6), 3774-3784, 1996
1011996
Interaural correlation discrimination: II. Relation to binaural unmasking
NI Durlach, KJ Gabriel, HS Colburn, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 79 (5), 1548-1557, 1986
1011986
Sensitivity to brief changes of interaural time and interaural intensity
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis, MA Akeroyd, K Hartung
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109 (4), 1604-1615, 2001
822001
The normalized interaural correlation: Accounting for NoSπ thresholds obtained with Gaussian and “low-noise” masking noise
LR Bernstein, S van de Par, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (2), 870-876, 1999
771999
Models of binaural perception
RM Stern, C Trahiotis
Binaural and spatial hearing in real and virtual environments 24, 499-531, 1997
771997
Lateralization of sinusoidally amplitude‐modulated tones: Effects of spectral locus and temporal variation
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 78 (2), 514-523, 1985
711985
Discrimination of interaural temporal disparities by normal‐hearing listeners and listeners with high‐frequency sensorineural hearing loss
WJ Smoski, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 79 (5), 1541-1547, 1986
691986
On the use of the normalized correlation as an index of interaural envelope correlation
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 100 (3), 1754-1763, 1996
681996
Discrimination of interaural envelope correlation and its relation to binaural unmasking at high frequencies
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 91 (1), 306-316, 1992
671992
Lateralization of bands of noise and sinusoidally amplitude‐modulated tones: Effects of spectral locus and bandwidth
C Trahiotis, LR Bernstein
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 79 (6), 1950-1957, 1986
641986
How sensitivity to ongoing interaural temporal disparities is affected by manipulations of temporal features of the envelopes of high-frequency stimuli
LR Bernstein, C Trahiotis
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (5), 3234-3242, 2009
592009
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