Distortions of auditory space during rapid head turns

@article{Cooper2008DistortionsOA,
  title={Distortions of auditory space during rapid head turns},
  author={Joel R. Cooper and Simon Carlile and David Alais},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={191},
  pages={209-219}
}
Auditory localisation was examined using brief broadband sounds presented during rapid head turns to visual targets in the peripheral field. Presenting sounds during a rapid head movement will “smear” the acoustic cues to the sound’s location. During the early stages of a head turn, sound localisation accuracy was comparable to a no-turn control condition. However, significant localisation errors occurred when the probe sound was presented during the later part of a head turn. After correcting… CONTINUE READING
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