While there has been much experimental investigation f the factors involved in sound localization, few studies have actually tested out the methods used for obtaining the results. The chief concern in recent years has been about the physical criteria which determine localization, but lately also the subjective conditions under which observations have taken place have been discussed and investigated. So theoretically, at least, we are again reminded of the truism that results depend upon the methods used as well as upon the more obvious environmental influences. Facts are often functions of procedures.
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Ruckmick, C. A.
"Sound Localization: A Comparison of Methods,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 32(1), 399-400.
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