Interaural time differences: implications regarding the neurophysiology of sound localization.

Abstract

Interaural time differences (ITDs) were measured from 400--7000 Hz on cats in order to provide quantitative data for use in physiological/behavioral studies on sound localization. ITDs derived from clicks and the initial portion of tone bursts showed a pronounced roughness and frequency dependence. This frequency dependence is most evident at higher angles… (More)

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