Wednesday, July 8, 2009
This story is from the College of Natural Sciences and was written by Daniel Oppenheimer.
The human ability to know roughly where in space a sound is coming from is so integral to our experience of the world that it’s basically invisible. A friend calls out our name, and we turn to the left, or turn to the right, and there they are.
Yet that ability, which seems so simple, not only depends on neurons in our brain that are exceptionally
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