Data from: Development of sound localization strategies in children with bilateral cochlear implants

Yi Zheng, Shelly P. Godar & Ruth Y. Litovsky
Localizing sounds in our environment is one of the fundamental perceptual abilities that enable humans to communicate, and to remain safe. Because the acoustic cues necessary for computing source locations consist of differences between the two ears in signal intensity and arrival time, sound localization is fairly poor when a single ear is available. In adults who become deaf and are fitted with cochlear implants (CIs) sound localization is known to improve when bilateral CIs...
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