In <Pine.SOL.3.91.970226160918.11876A-100000 at ux4.cso.uiuc.edu> "Wei C.
Lin" <wlin2 at uiuc.edu> writes:
>> I am studying the machinism of sound localization, which is
>thought to be accomplished by using the interaural temporal difference
>and interaural level difference (ILD). ITD is thought to be achieved
>neuronal delay line, and will divide azimuth into several partitions.
>> Does someone hear of any theory which accounts how the ILD is
>used along with ITD to divide the auditory space, especially how ILD
>used to estimate the distance of sound source?
>> Thanks for any input.
>>> Wei C. Lin
>> Biology Devision
> Department of Psychology
> College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
> University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
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> Champaign, IL 61820
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>Probably you'll get good responses before you get this, but you might
want to get a Russian perspective: Dr. Tatiana Chernigovskaya and her
colleague, Dr. Inna Vartanian, at Sechenov Institute (St. Petersburg)
have done work on sound localization (I visited their sound-isolated
testing chamber a few years ago): chern at ief.spb.su
New York Neuropsychology Group