Sound source localization of filtered noises by listeners with normal hearing: a statistical analysis.

@article{Yost2013SoundSL,
  title={Sound source localization of filtered noises by listeners with normal hearing: a statistical analysis.},
  author={William A. Yost and Louise H Loiselle and Michael F. Dorman and Jason D Burns and Christopher A Brown},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2013},
  volume={133 5},
  pages={2876-82}
}
Several measures of sound source localization performance of 45 listeners with normal hearing were obtained when loudspeakers were in the front hemifield. Localization performance was not statistically affected by filtering the 200-ms, 2-octave or wider noise bursts (125 to 500, 1500 to 6000, and 125 to 6000 Hz wide noise bursts). This implies that sound source localization performance for noise stimuli is not differentially affected by which interaural cue (interaural time or level difference… CONTINUE READING

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