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Influence of visual stimulus on the precedence effect in sound localization
Acoustical Science and Technology
In this paper we examine how the precedence effect is affected by concurrent visual information about the source of sound. In the experiment, speech, snare drum and guitar sounds were used as sound stimuli, and moving images of the speech utterances or musical performances recorded synchronously with the sounds were presented as visual stimuli. Thus, differences in the lower limit (summing localization threshold, SLT) and the upper limit (echo threshold, ET) of the area where the precedencedoi:10.1250/ast.30.240 fatcat:jhpmnpizgjfrvphjo2q3zc2cdy