Presentation 2023-02-22
Effects of sound stimulus characteristics on the sound localization during self-motion perception
Masahiro Yamataka,
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Abstract(in English) During self-motion, the relationship among objects in the space and the subject is momentarily changed. In such a situation, self-motion information may be used to localize sound positions. In this study, we investigated the effects of sound stimulus length and attributes during self-motion perception. The precision of sound localization was found to improve as the length of the sound stimulus increased. Furthermore, sound localization tends to shift opposite to the direction of self-motion. Based on the examination of the sound attributes as a parameter, the information of the sound movement is suggested to affect sound localization in the case of meaningful sounds.
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Keyword(in English) Sound Localization / Self-motion / Sound Attributes / Spatial Localization
Paper # HIP2022-77
Date of Issue 2023-02-15 (HIP)

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Committee HIP / ITE-HI / VRPSY
Conference Date 2023/2/22(2days)
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Chair Yuji Wada(Ritsumeikan Univ.) / 永井 岳大(東工大) / 中村 信次(日本福祉大)
Vice Chair Hiroyuki Umemoto(AIST) / Sachiko Kiyokawa(Nagoya Univ.)
Secretary Hiroyuki Umemoto(Kyushu Univ.) / Sachiko Kiyokawa(NICT) / (NHK) / (近畿大)
Assistant Ippei Negishi(Kanazawa Inst. of Tech.) / Daisuke Tanaka(Tottori Univ.)

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Title (in English) Effects of sound stimulus characteristics on the sound localization during self-motion perception
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Keyword(1) Sound Localization
Keyword(2) Self-motion
Keyword(3) Sound Attributes
Keyword(4) Spatial Localization
1st Author's Name Masahiro Yamataka
1st Author's Affiliation Aichi University of Technology(Aichi Univ. of Tech.)
Date 2023-02-22
Paper # HIP2022-77
Volume (vol) vol.122
Number (no) HIP-386
Page pp.pp.11-14(HIP),
#Pages 4
Date of Issue 2023-02-15 (HIP)