Re: front to rear reversals (William L Martens )

Subject: Re: front to rear reversals
From:    William L Martens  <wlm(at)U-AIZU.AC.JP>
Date:    Wed, 19 Jan 2000 11:36:10 +0900

Pierre Divenyi wrote: > I think I am not the only one to disagree with your phenomenological > observations [about front to rear reversals]. Another important point to note is the existence of individual differences in response bias. Typically, about 70% of listeners tend to report that frontal sources arrive from the rear, while the other 30% tend to report that rear sources arrive from the front. See for example, Begault & Wenzel (1991) Headphone localization of speech stimuli (Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 35th Annual Meeting, 82-86). -- William L. Martens, Ph.D. Associate Professor Multimedia Systems Lab URL: University of Aizu TEL: [+81](242)37-2791 Aizu-Wakamatsu 965-8580, Japan FAX: [+81](242)37-2731

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