Echo thresholds measured in the vertical and horizontal planes

@article{Agaeva2008EchoTM,
  title={Echo thresholds measured in the vertical and horizontal planes},
  author={Melissa Agaeva and Ya. A. Al’tman},
  journal={Human Physiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={34},
  pages={678-684}
}
The results of studying the precedence effect in the case where the direct and delayed (reflected) signals are located in the vertical and horizontal planes are considered. Loudspeakers emitting direct and reflected sounds were placed 45 deg to the left and right of the median line of the subject’s head in the horizontal plane and in front of and above the subject’s head, i.e., with 0 and 90 deg of elevation relative to the eye level, in the vertical plane. It has been shown that the time… CONTINUE READING
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