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Despite many studies investigating auditory spatial impressions in rooms, few have addressed the impact of simultaneous visual cues on localization and the perception of spaciousness. The current research presents an immersive audiovisual environment in which participants were instructed to make auditory width judgments in dynamic bi-modal settings. The results of these psychophysical tests suggest the importance of congruent audio visual presentation to the ecological interpretation of andoi:10.1121/1.3662055 pmid:22280585 pmcid:PMC3283897 fatcat:4dttjyd5jzfgxocedcxcxodwni