Anstis S M, 1973, "Hearing with the hands" Perception 2(3) 337 – 341
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Hearing with the hands
S M Anstis
Received 5 September 1973
Abstract. A subject wore for six days a microphone on each hand, connected to stereo headphones. This effectively placed his ears on his hands. Hand movements, with eyes closed, produced apparent movements of sound sources, and crossing the hands over appeared to reverse the sound field. No perceptual adaptation to this auditory rearrangement was found.
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