Auditory Illusions, Handedness, and the Spatial Environment
A number of paradoxical illusions occur when two streams of sound emanate simultaneously from different regions of space. Right-handers and left-handers differ statistically in terms of the illusory percepts obtained. The bases for these illusions are examined, and their implications are discussed.
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