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Unformatted text preview: g. i. This bounces the “hair cells” against the basier membrane III. Localization of Sound a. Temporal Differences – sound arrives at one ear before the other i. Works well for lower frequencies, which tend to wrap around the head b. Amplitude Differences – sound arrives with greater amplitude in one ear over the other i. Works well for higher frequencies, which tend to be blocked by the head ii. iii. c. d. We can tell where a sound is coming from also by moving and relocating the basic direction of the source of the sound e. The penne (back of the ear) is shaped to filter out higher frequencies from the back of the ear...
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- Fall '08
- Hertz, inner ear bones