auditory localization

au·di·to·ry lo·cal·i·za·tion

in sensory psychology, naming or pointing to directions from which sounds emanate.
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The purpose of our research is to understand how the visual condition of a person influences his ability of performing spatial auditory localization tasks.
The book then shifts to perceptual processes of visual and auditory localization, compensation and integration of sensory organ movement, face and emotion recognition, and attention.
The Dome Room was built for research in auditory localization (identifying the location of a sound or sounds) with a dense array of loudspeakers and can be configured to evaluate perception of sound in a dome-shaped space.
The rnain explicative hypotheses about the developmental changes observed in auditory localization and the topics that still chaUenge experts are discussed.
Auditory localization abilities in bilateral cochlear implant recipients.
The experiment was conducted in the Air Force Research Laboratory Auditory Localization Facility at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, as depicted in Figure 1.
They do not use people's 3D visualization capabilities, peripheral vision, auditory localization, motion detection, kinesthetic sense, equilibrium sense, tactile sensitivity, sense of smell, or motor control except for eyes and figures.
Auditory localization (Binaural acoustic field sampling, head movement and echo effect in auditory localization of sound sources position, distance and orientation).
The improved ability to comprehend the speaker appears to be the result of exploiting the comparative difference in acuity of the human visual and auditory systems by relying on the stronger spatial visual information to override auditory localization cues.
It should be noted that these studies addressed the effects of accelerative forces only on the peripheral auditory system, which may or may not have implications for performance on auditory localization tasks.