Eye-movements intervening between two successive sounds disrupt comparisons of auditory location.
Many studies have investigated how saccades may affect the internal representation of visual locations across eye-movements. Here, we studied, instead, whether eye-movements can affect auditory spatial cognition. In two experiments, participants judged the relative azimuth (same/different) of two successive sounds presented from a horizontal array of loudspeakers, separated by a 2.5-s delay. Eye-position was either held constant throughout the trial (being directed in a fixed manner to the fa...Expand abstract
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