The right supratemporal plane hears the distance of objects: neuromagnetic correlates of virtual reality.

@article{Mathiak2003TheRS,
  title={The right supratemporal plane hears the distance of objects: neuromagnetic correlates of virtual reality.},
  author={Klaus Mathiak and Ingo Hertrich and Wilhelm E. Kincses and Axel Riecker and Werner Lutzenberger and Hermann Ackermann},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2003},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={307-11}
}
The neural mechanisms of auditory distance perception, a function of great biological importance, are poorly understood. Where not overruled by conflicting factors such as echoes or visual input, sound intensity is perceived as conveying distance information. We recorded neuromagnetic responses to amplitude variations over both supratemporal planes, with and without auditory spatial simulations. In the absence of other cues for distance, including those provided by auditory virtual reality… CONTINUE READING

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