How is sound localization affected by previous experience? Sound localization is an excellent model system for understanding the neural basis of auditory learning and adaptation. In particular, sounds heard previously affect auditory perception at multiple different timescales. This review article summarizes recent advances in our understanding of this topic.
King AJ, Dahmen JC, Keating P, Leach ND, Nodal FR, Bajo VM (2011) Neural circuits underlying adaptation and learning in the perception of auditory space. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 35:2129-2139.
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