auditory image


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a mental image that is similar to an auditory perception

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Our interest was captured by the question of the possibility, despite the noted ambiguity of listeners' assessment of the distance of the sound source, of forming an unambiguous perception equal for all individual listeners as a receding (or approaching) auditory image.
The possibility to create, using two immobile sound sources, the illusion of auditory image motion has been demonstrated along all coordinates of auditory space--azimuth, vertical, and horizontal (Altman & Andreeva, 2004; Middlebrooks & Green, 1991; Strybel & Neale, 1994).
imitation of extensive trajectories of the auditory image was carried out with a range of loudspeakers (Strybel, Manligas, & Perrott, 1992).
The Perception of the Motion of an Auditory Image included Amplitude and Spectral Cues
Participants listened to and assessed consecutively all 6 series of signals containing cues of auditory image motion.
Decreasing amplitude of the model signal and increasing its frequency led to participants' perception of a withdrawing auditory image.
The dynamic change in the location of the auditory image of approach was assessed unambiguously by all participants.
Withdrawal of the auditory image was perceived by listeners as motion less distinctly and unambiguously than the perception of approach.
In the present experiment with the supposed fixation by the listener of the initial motion trajectory points of the auditory image for the approach of the image, the trajectory was located in the transition area and near field.
Considering the data obtained with respect to the abovementioned hypothesis that the approach of the auditory image occurs according to the participants' assessment in near field, low frequency signals should increase the listeners' sensation of proximity of the auditory image, as reported in a study of stationary sound sources (Haustein, 1969).
Therefore, the present study included research into the perception of auditory image motion with its modeling by the combination of cues-amplitude and frequency change of varying magnitude and direction.
The one who has strong auditory imagery delights in having auditory images awakened.
To summarize, by exploring and comparing imageability and modality ratings this research indicates that auditory images are comparable in ease of generation to those in the visual domain.
these experiences are mediated and constructed through televisual and auditory images conveyed through the films, television, and music that the students listen to.
These included visual images (text, graphics, animation and motion video) and auditory images (voice,synthesized voice and special effects).