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Two questions

Dear colleagues,

I have two questions about research data:

1.  Has anybody done any research studying the perceptual
grouping of sounds presented via cochlear implants?

2.  What is the best quantitative data on the actual perceived
location of either a pure tone, noise burst, or a click presented
over headphones as a function of its interaural intensity
-- Can you predict exactly where the sound will be heard,
assuming that the listener has balanced audiograms at the two
-- How close would the audiograms have to be in the case of a
click or short burst of white noise?



Albert S. Bregman, Emeritus Professor
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