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Location-independent and location-linked representations of sound objects

Nathalie M.-P. Bourquin, Micah M. Murray, Stephanie Clarke
2013 NeuroImage  
Our results reveal two varieties of representations of sound objects within the ventral/What stream: one location-independent, as initially postulated in the dual-stream model, and the other location-linked  ...  Location-independent representations were characterized by a difference between initial and repeated presentations, independently of whether or not their simulated lateralization was held constant across  ...  The study was driven by the hypothesis that the human auditory cortex carries both location-independent and location-linked representations of sound objects.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.01.026 pmid:23357069 fatcat:qkkm7bwuofcrfedadr7f2pycly

Roaring lions and chirruping lemurs: How the brain encodes sound objects in space

Stephanie Clarke, Eveline Geiser
2015 Neuropsychologia  
The present review draws on evidence from human behavioral and activation studies as well as from lesion studies to argue for a position-linked representation of sound objects that is distinct both from  ...  The dual-stream model of auditory processing postulates separate processing streams for sound meaning and for sound location.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank two perspicacious Reviewers and Dr. Peter Clarke for helpful comments on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2015.06.012 pmid:26102186 fatcat:nkbi2kctvbahhpn7aturit7mhy

Binding and differentiation in multisensory object perception

E. J. Green
2019 Synthese  
Thus, where a and b are the singular constituents of object files A and B, respectively, perception might link A and B via an explicit representation of the form <a = b>.  ...  the ringing sound in the test display), and that these representations can be entered into object files.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-019-02351-1 fatcat:64rwm2xzhzgg7gy63jn42py6zm

Auditory and visual spatial working memory

Günther Lehnert, Hubert D. Zimmer
2006 Memory & Cognition  
These representations can be thought of as links between the modalityspecific items and a common ego-centered representation of space.  ...  The episodic buffer could therefore be thought of as a device retaining the link between an object and its location, regardless of the modality in which the object and location information are presented  ...  Despite the differing experimental paradigms, this result indicates that performance in the spatial task, too, suffered mainly from worse memory for nonsense stimuli (the objects), and not from worse object-to-position  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03193254 pmid:17128606 fatcat:gl7nig2k5za25po2tceeglegdy

Peripersonal space representation develops independently from visual experience

Emiliano Ricciardi, Dario Menicagli, Andrea Leo, Marcello Costantini, Pietro Pietrini, Corrado Sinigaglia
2017 Scientific Reports  
of a spatial alignment paradigm and scrutinizing the space representation of both sighted and congenitally blind people.  ...  close objects, or by the use of a tool allowing them to reach and grasp otherwise far objects 25 .  ...  for the definition of stimuli and experimental design.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-17896-9 pmid:29247162 pmcid:PMC5732274 fatcat:bgrhkq72zrc7zgiacdqpougbe4

A Framework for the Development and Evaluation of Graphical Interpolation for Synthesizer Parameter Mappings

Darrell Gibson, Richard Polfreman
2019 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
In other cases, the sounds included in the interpolation are shown by links between the interpolation point and the presets [8] .  ...  Each preset has a circular representation (a planet) in the interpolation space and clicking on a planet recalls the sound of the corresponding preset.  ...  This was first done by instantaneously moving the interpolation cursor to ten different locations and comparing the sound generated with each system.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3249366 fatcat:hmu7nbty3bh77gr45fxffpfbzq

Neural realignment of spatially separated sound components

Nelli H. Salminen, Marko Takanen, Olli Santala, Paavo Alku, Ville Pulkki
2015 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
This signifies that the representation of sound source location is closely linked to objects in the auditory cortex.  ...  ) : the ventral stream would construct and identify the vowel and this object would be linked to its spatial location at a later stage.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4921605 pmid:26093425 fatcat:fwiueztlsnhm7h5lvda2idwywa

Sound source location modulates the irrelevant-sound effect

Axel Buchner, Raoul Bell, Klaus Rothermund, Dirk Wentura
2008 Memory & Cognition  
Temporary representations of to-be-recalled visual items and their interconnecting links are constructed by means of articulation.  ...  Additional links are established automatically among auditory distractor objects.  ... 
doi:10.3758/mc.36.3.617 pmid:18491501 fatcat:cyuf5rlhqfh7jpbcivhnzu5urm

Virtual Environment Interaction Through 3D Audio by Blind Children

1999 CyberPsychology & Behavior  
We discuss issues such as interactivity in software without visual cues, the representation of spatial sound navigable experiences, and entertainment software such as computer games for blind children.  ...  We explored the construction of cognitive spatial structures in the minds of blind children through audio-based entertainment and spatial sound navigable experiences.  ...  the structuring of elements at a given moment, the location of objects, and the dynamics of selection and interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cpb.1999.2.101 pmid:19178246 fatcat:mgqyuvu3vjg2dntirp7ex5hpaq

Looking at the rope when looking for the snake: Conceptually mediated eye movements during spoken-word recognition

Delphine Dahan, Michael K. Tanenhaus
2005 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
the level of preactivated sound forms.  ...  As the first sounds of the referent's name were heard, the participants were more likely to fixate the visual competitor than to fixate either of the distractor objects.  ...  The Allopenna et al. (1998) linking hypothesis assumes that each object in the display is indexed by its name and spatial location and that the probability of making a saccadic eye movement toward an  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03193787 pmid:16235628 fatcat:aq4qiscbqjh2hopczzrrbnrqdq

Interactive 3D sound hyperstories for blind children

Maruricio Lumbreras, Jaime Sánchez
1999 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems the CHI is the limit - CHI '99  
The main research question underlying this work explores how audiobased entertainment and spatial sound navigable experiences can create cognitive spatial structures in the minds of blind children.  ...  Keywords Virtual acoustic environment, space representation, blind children, audio-based navigation, hyperstory, 3D sound, audio interface.  ...  the structuring of elements at a given moment, the location of objects, and the dynamics of selection and interaction.  ... 
doi:10.1145/302979.303101 dblp:conf/chi/LumbrerasS99 fatcat:p6kch6gs5fcmrd7re5v5ch775e

Editorial: Objects and Sound Perception

Nicolas J. Bullot, Paul Égré
2009 Review of Philosophy and Psychology  
The degree of dependence or independence of the object on the mind, moreover, hinges on the theory of representations one adopts. Consider auditory objects.  ...  mind-independent, environmental or 'objective' distribution of sound sources?  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13164-009-0006-3 fatcat:miucmojoqvdezdvmekxrcpv4qa

Spatial Representations From Perception and Cognitive Mediation

Roberta L. Klatzky, Bing Wu, George Stetten
2008 Current Directions in Psychological Science  
We report experiments measuring errors in perceptual and cognitively mediated depth estimates and show that these estimates can be concatenated (linked) without further error, providing evidence for an  ...  Combining these perceptual and cognitive depth components requires a spatial representation that has been called amodal.  ...  Acknowledgments-This research was supported by National Institutes of Health Grant # R01EB00860-03 and National Science Foundation Grant # 0308096.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8721.2008.00606.x pmid:20448831 pmcid:PMC2864501 fatcat:a4d3xsybfjf3xemeqdaxurb3zu

Representation of the soundscape quality in urban areas through colours

Virginia Puyana-Romero, Giuseppe Ciaburro, Giovanni Brambilla, Christiam Garzón, Luigi Maffei
2019 Noise Mapping  
In the areas away from the sea, a wider selection of colours was observed: red and greywere predominantly selected in the areas open to road traffic and green, yellow and red in the green areas.  ...  Noise mapping is a useful and widespread method to visualise various items like the exposure to noise pollution, statistics of affected population, different noise source contribution analysis, and it  ...  In order to evaluate the use of colours as additional tools for graphical representation of soundscape in maps, comparison between objective and subjective descriptors of soundscape and the colour associated  ... 
doi:10.1515/noise-2019-0002 fatcat:grewi6addveqpk5up5b3rrkt24

Audio-visual interactions in product sound design

Elif Özcan, René van Egmond, Bernice E. Rogowitz, Thrasyvoulos N. Pappas
2010 Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XV  
Consistent product experience requires congruity between product properties such as visual appearance and sound.  ...  Two experimental studies are reviewed to show audio-visual interactions on both perceptual and cognitive levels influencing the way people encode, recall, and attribute meaning to product sounds.  ...  representations. 15, 18 Third, if both the object and the scene are equally identifiable object identification (including the matching stage) occurs independent of context information. 16, 19, 20  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.856312 dblp:conf/hvei/OzcanE10 fatcat:btxpup3prrb4zlboz5jtfsmw2y
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