Re: Auditory time to contact (John Neuhoff )

Subject: Re: Auditory time to contact
From:    John Neuhoff  <neuhoffj(at)LAFVAX.LAFAYETTE.EDU>
Date:    Mon, 30 Mar 1998 10:28:35 -0500

Mike, Larry Rosenblum has some interesting work on this subject. These others may be of help also. -John Neuhoff Lee, D. N., Vanderweel, F. R., Hitchcock, T., Matejowsky, E., & Pettigrew, J. D. (1992). Common principle of guidance by echolocation and vision. Journal of Comparitive Physiology A. Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, 171, 563-571. Neuhoff, J. G., & McBeath, M. K. (1996). The Doppler illusion: The influence of dynamic intensity change on perceived pitch. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 22, 970-985. Rosenblum, L. D., Carello, C., & Pastore, R. E. (1987). Relative effectiveness of three stimulus variables for locating a moving sound source. Perception, 16, 175-186. Rosenblum, L. D., Wuestefeld, A. P., & Saldana, H. M. (1993). Auditory looming perception: Influences on anticipatory judgments. Perception, 22(12), 1467-1482. Schiff, W., & Oldak, R. (1990). Accuracy of judging time to arrival: Effects of modality, trajectory, and gender. Journal of Experimental Psychology Human Perception and Performance, 16(2), 303-316. Shaw, B. K., McGowan, R. S., & Turvey, M. T. (1991). An acoustic variable specifying time to contact. Ecological Psychology, 3, 253-261. msgordon(at) wrote: > I am doing some research auditory time to contact judgements for > subjects experiencing vection (dynamic visual stimuli intended to produce a > feeling of motion). If any of you could point me to research in that area, > or auditory time to contact judgements without visual stimuli it would be > very helpful. > > Thank You > > Mike Gordon > University of California, Riverside ______________________________________________________________ John Neuhoff Phone: 610-250-5287 Department of Psychology FAX: 610-250-5349 Lafayette College email: neuhoffj(at) Easton, PA 18042

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