Shifting the onset of a moving sound source: a Fröhlich effect in spatial hearing.

@article{Getzmann2005ShiftingTO,
  title={Shifting the onset of a moving sound source: a Fr{\"o}hlich effect in spatial hearing.},
  author={Stephan Getzmann},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={2005},
  volume={210 1-2},
  pages={104-11}
}
When observers are presented with a visual target in motion, they typically remember its onset position to be displaced in the direction of motion. The present study investigated a similar effect in the auditory modality. In a dark anechoic environment, an auditory target (short noise pulses) appeared randomly at a peripheral or a central azimuthal position and moved from left to right or from right to left along the frontal horizontal plane. Relative judgments were made to determine the onset… CONTINUE READING

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