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Physiology Test Question
In the horizontal plane, determining the direction from which sounds emanate (referred to as sound localization) depends heavily on detecting the difference in time between the arrival of sound waves in the two ears. The ear closer to the source of sound receives the signal shortly before the ear farther from the source of sound. The shortest time difference in sound arrival at the two ears that can be detected by the auditory system is approximately:
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Posted: Wednesday, November 25, 2015