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Re: Integration of ITD information

Dear Bernhard,

I suppose you look up the work by Jens Blauert, Bochum, Germany, e.g. his influential book "Spatial Hearing". I guess the answers to your questions are all there. (And if I remember correctly, there is a lot of accross-frequency integration, just because of the problem mentioned by Jan Schnupp of the missing "line up": that's a perfect cue to detect the first wavefront, the only one that is lined up, and the only one that gives information on the stereo location not tampered with by echos... but then it is not my field of research so my memory might not serve me right...)

Best regards,

Dear list,

Is there any evidence for integration of interaural time difference (ITD) information across frequency channels in ITD detection / discrimination tasks? More specifically, are ITD JNDs lower for a broadband stimulus compared to any narrowband stimulus within the spectral range covered by the broadband stimulus?

Of course, I assume that the overall intensity is held constant.

I would appreciate any hint,

With best regards,

Bernhard Laback

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