Quantifying the auditory saltation illusion: an objective psychophysical methodology.

@article{Kidd2004QuantifyingTA,
  title={Quantifying the auditory saltation illusion: an objective psychophysical methodology.},
  author={Joanna C. Kidd and John H. Hogben},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={116 2},
  pages={
          1116-25
        }
}
Under conditions of rapid presentation, brief acoustic stimuli repeatedly delivered first at one location, then at another, are systematically mislocalized, with stimuli perceived as traveling smoothly between the two locations. This robust illusory motion percept is termed "auditory saltation." Currently, the characteristics and mechanisms of auditory saltation are not well understood. The lack of objective methods capable of quantifying the illusion on an individual basis seems a limiting… CONTINUE READING

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