Manipulating the "straightness" and "curvature" of patterns of interaural cross correlation affects listeners' sensitivity to changes in interaural delay.

@article{Trahiotis2001ManipulatingT,
  title={Manipulating the "straightness" and "curvature" of patterns of interaural cross correlation affects listeners' sensitivity to changes in interaural delay.},
  author={Constantine Trahiotis and Leslie R. Bernstein and Michael A. Akeroyd},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2001},
  volume={109 1},
  pages={321-30}
}
The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis that stimuli characterized by "straight" trajectories of their patterns of cross correlation foster greater sensitivity to changes in interaural temporal disparities (ITDs) than do stimuli characterized by more "curved" trajectories of their patterns of cross correlation. To do so, sensitivity to changes in ITD was measured, as a function of duration, using a set of "reference" stimuli that yielded differing relative amounts of straightness… CONTINUE READING

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