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Shinn-Cunningham, B. G., Lin, I.-F., & Streeter, T. 2005, July 22–27, Trading directional accuracy for realism in virtual auditory display. Paper presented at 1st. International Conference on Virtual Reality.   
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"...even low levels of reverberant energy cause significant degradations in directional localization performance. In particular, directional localization accuracy is likely to be degraded whenever reverberation is included in a virtual auditory display, at least for lateral sources. However, reverberant energy is necessary to allow accurate distance perception and to improve the subjective realism of a virtual auditory display. ...the benefits of adding reverberant energy to a virtual auditory display may often be worth any loss in localization accuracy for sources off to the sides of the listener."