The head turn paradigm to assess auditory laterality in cats: influence of ear position and repeated sound presentation

Abstract

In most humans, speech is predominantly processed by the left hemisphere. This auditory laterality was formerly thought to be an exclusive human characteristic, but is now suggested to have pre-human origins. In studies on auditory laterality in nonhuman animals, the head turn paradigm has become very popular due to its non-invasive character. Although… (More)
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.3925

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