Localization dominance in the median-sagittal plane: effect of stimulus duration.

@article{Dizon2004LocalizationDI,
  title={Localization dominance in the median-sagittal plane: effect of stimulus duration.},
  author={Roberto M. Dizon and Ruth Y. Litovsky},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={115 6},
  pages={
          3142-55
        }
}
Localization dominance is an aspect of the precedence effect (PE) in which the leading source dominates the perceived location of a simulated echo (lagging source). It is known to be robust in the horizontal/azimuthal dimension, where binaural cues dominate localization. However, little is known about localization dominance in conditions that minimize binaural cues, and most models of precedence treat the phenomena as "belonging" to the binaural system. Here, localization dominance in the… CONTINUE READING

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