Behavior and modeling of two-dimensional precedence effect in head-unrestrained cats.

Abstract

The precedence effect (PE) is an auditory illusion that occurs when listeners localize nearly coincident and similar sounds from different spatial locations, such as a direct sound and its echo. It has mostly been studied in humans and animals with immobile heads in the horizontal plane; speaker pairs were often symmetrically located in the frontal… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00214.2015

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@article{Gai2015BehaviorAM, title={Behavior and modeling of two-dimensional precedence effect in head-unrestrained cats.}, author={Yan Gai and Janet L. Ruhland and Tom C. T. Yin}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2015}, volume={114 2}, pages={1272-85} }