Localization: More Important Than Word Recognition?

Sound Localization – Time-of-Arrival Differences at the Ears   Time-of-arrival of sound at the two ears is an important contributor to sound localization. In this continuation of a series on binaural hearing, special attention is given to the second major contributor to sound localization, that of time-of-arrival of the sound at the two ears. Last…

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The Short Increment Sensitivity Index (SISI) – Historical Vignette in Audiology

This blog is another in a series of historical vignettes in audiology authored under the direction of Dr. Frank Musiek at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.  These provide not only an historical contribution, but relate how this information and testing continues to have application today, but one might have to use their imagination.  …

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