Perceptual factors contribute more than acoustical factors to sound localization abilities with virtual sources

Abstract

Human sound localization abilities rely on binaural and spectral cues. Spectral cues arise from interactions between the sound wave and the listener's body (head-related transfer function, HRTF). Large individual differences were reported in localization abilities, even in young normal-hearing adults. Several studies have attempted to determine whether… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2014.00451

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@inproceedings{Andol2014PerceptualFC, title={Perceptual factors contribute more than acoustical factors to sound localization abilities with virtual sources}, author={Guillaume And{\'e}ol and Sophie Savel and Anne Guillaume}, booktitle={Front. Neurosci.}, year={2014} }