LATERALIZATION OF SOUNDS BASED ON INTERAURAL TIME DIFFERENCES IN COCHLEAR IMPLANT LISTENERS

@inproceedings{Majdak2008LATERALIZATIONOS,
  title={LATERALIZATION OF SOUNDS BASED ON INTERAURAL TIME DIFFERENCES IN COCHLEAR IMPLANT LISTENERS},
  author={Piotr Majdak},
  year={2008}
}
Interaural time differences (ITD) occur when a binaural signal is delayed at one ear. They arise when a sound is presented outside of the median plane of a subject. In modulated sounds like speech, ITD is present in both the rapidly varying fine structure and the slowly varying envelope. There is evidence that ITD in the fine structure of a sound is most important for sound localization and for understanding speech in noise. Cochlear implants (CI), neural prosthetic devices that restore hearing… CONTINUE READING

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