Hearing scenes: A neuromagnetic signature of perceived auditory spatial extent

  title={Hearing scenes: A neuromagnetic signature of perceived auditory spatial extent},
  author={Santani Teng and Verena R. Sommer and D. Pantazis and A. Oliva},
Perceiving the geometry of surrounding space is a multisensory process, crucial to contextualizing object perception and guiding navigation behavior. Auditory cues are informative about the shape and extent of large-scale environments: humans can make judgments about surrounding spaces from reverberation cues. However, how the scale of auditory space is represented neurally is unknown. Here, by orthogonally varying the spatial extent and sound source content of auditory scenes during… Expand
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