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Behavioral or neural measures of speech encoding are often taken from animals with auditory systems that differ substantially from those of humans. Absolute distance between spectral peaks of speech sounds along the basilar membrane is typically much greater in humans than in smaller animals. To address this problem, a synthesizer was developed for creating speech scaled for nonhuman cochleae in which spectra are warped to account for differences in cochlear physiology. Absolute cochleardoi:10.1121/1.1445202 fatcat:6rrgaa2vtbb3bikrzbs6mjwkga