Experimental Evidence for a Cochlear Source of the Precedence Effect

@inproceedings{Bianchi2013ExperimentalEF,
  title={Experimental Evidence for a Cochlear Source of the Precedence Effect},
  author={Federica Bianchi and Sarah Verhulst and Torsten Dau},
  booktitle={Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology},
  year={2013}
}
The precedence effect (PE) refers to the dominance of directional information carried by a direct sound (lead) over the spatial information contained in its multiple reflections (lags) in sound localization. Although the processes underlying the PE have been largely investigated, the extent to which peripheral versus central auditory processes contribute to this perceptual phenomenon has remained unclear. The present study investigated the contribution of peripheral processing to the PE through… CONTINUE READING
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