A Common Cortical Substrate Activated by Horizontal and Vertical Sound Movement in the Human Brain

@article{Pavani2002ACC,
  title={A Common Cortical Substrate Activated by Horizontal and Vertical Sound Movement in the Human Brain},
  author={Francesco Pavani and Emiliano Macaluso and Jason D Warren and Jon Driver and Timothy D. Griffiths},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={12},
  pages={1584-1590}
}
Perception of movement in acoustic space depends on comparison of the sound waveforms reaching the two ears (binaural cues) as well as spectrotemporal analysis of the waveform at each ear (monaural cues). The relative importance of these two cues is different for perception of vertical or horizontal motion, with spectrotemporal analysis likely to be more important for perceiving vertical shifts. In humans, functional imaging studies have shown that sound movement in the horizontal plane… CONTINUE READING
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