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Re: Implicit human echolocation

They aren't necessarily implicit echolocation, but Larry Rosenblum and I have a couple of articles that probably address some of the issues that you are interested in.

Gordon, M. S. & Rosenblum, L. D. (2004). Perception of acoustic occlusion using body-
scaled judgments. Ecological Psychology, 16, 87-113.

Rosenblum, L. D., Gordon, M. S., & Jarquin, L.  (2000). Echolocation by moving and stationary
listeners. Ecological Psychology, 12 (3), 181-206.




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