Click vs. click-click vs. blink-click: Factors influencing human sound localization in the horizontal plane. Norbert Kopčo TU Košice Dept. of Cybernetics and AI Boston University Hearing Research Center Dartmouth College Center for Cognitive Neuroscience. Intro: Sound localization.
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3-dimmensional: azimuth, elevation, distance
Experiment 1Perceptual and central effects in sound localization with a preceding distractor (aka Click vs. Click-click vs. Click-click-click-click...)
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