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Auditory analog of Milner & Goodale?

Is there behavioral and neurophysiological evidence to suggest that the
auditory system includes two subsystems, one for perceptual
representation (what used to be called a 'what' system) and the other in
the service of visuomotor control (what used to be the 'where' system)?
(The evidence in favor of the hypothesis with regard to vision is
summarized A D Milner & M A Goodale's book, The Visual Brain in Action.)
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