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Impoverished auditory cues fail to engage brain networks controlling spatial selective attention

By Yanpei Deng and others
Spatial selective attention enables listeners to process a signal of interest in natural settings. However, most past studies on auditory spatial attention used impoverished spatial cues: presenting competing sounds to different ears, using only interaural differences in time (ITDs) and/or intensity (IIDs), or using non-individualized head-related transfer functions (HRTFs). Here... Show more
September 4, 2019
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Impoverished auditory cues fail to engage brain networks controlling spatial selective attention
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