Towards the virtualization of a sound source localization acuity test to aid the diagnosis of spatial processing disorder in school-aged children: An experimental approach
Spatial hearing is an essential auditory function. It allows us to localize, segregate, and group sound sources in space. Accurate sound source localization is a fundamental ability for understanding and following speech in everyday situations, as it contributes to our capacity to discern between target signal streams and other simultaneous sound sources that can be regarded as noise (cocktail party processing).
Published in: AIA-DAGA 2022 : proceedings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Akustik e.V.