Sound Source Localization (Springer Handbook of Auditory by Richard R. Fay
By Richard R. Fay
The localization of sound is a basic requirement for all auditory platforms and has stimulated a lot study. This complete quantity brings jointly subject matters from many specialties which were touched upon in different volumes of the Springer instruction manual of Auditory Research. Reviewing sound resource localization capacities and mechanisms in a number of organisms, this quantity presents a synthesis and replace at the subject that's either unique and well timed. The authors deal with sound resource localization in a comparative context with an emphasis on modeling and computational mechanisms.
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But is this assumption useful? Should we require that this type of behavioral experiment be done with ﬁshes, even though it apparently hasn’t been required in the study of many other nonhuman animals? This chapter evaluates the empirical and theoretical literature on sound source localization in ﬁshes and concludes with a call for further fundamental experimentats. The earliest experimenters failed to demonstrate sound source localization in the European minnow (Phoxinus laevis), and they went on to explain this failure in a convincing way (von Frisch and Dijkgraaf 1935).
R. Fay center of a tank and the direction of the tail ﬂip was automatically recorded. In most cases, unconditioned ﬁsh ﬂipped the tail consistent with a movement away from the source, while previously conditioned ﬁsh ﬂipped the tail in the opposite direction with respect to the source location. Sound sources directly in front of and behind the animals elicited approximately equal numbers of tail ﬂips in both directions. In the ﬁnal experiment, the saccular and lagenar nerves were severed uni- or bilaterally.