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correct citation for de Boer
Alain de Cheveigné wrote that Egberts chapter is hard to find. It is.
But this should help.
You can go to the following URL which takes you to the library at the
University of Florida in Gainsville directly to the page with the
information on the book (actually a serial). With that in hand your
library should be able to find it.
The reason it is hard to find is that :
1. In my copy Springer states that the book is identified by ISBN
3-540-07129 for the version published in Berlin and 0-387-07129 for the
version published in New York. Unfortunately here we catalog the
handbook as a serial !! It can NOT be found under the Springer ISBN
numbers. It can be found under the ISBN numbers 0387066764. What is
worse is that the Handbook was published from 1971 (volume 1) to 1978
(volume 9). And the title is actually "Auditory system (Handbook of
The series had 9 volumes and the 5th volume has 3 parts also sometimes
called volumes ! The first volume was published in 1971 the fifth volume
in 1974 through 1976 (remember 3 parts) and the 9th and last volume in
3. The correct citation (if there is one) is:
de Boer, E. (1974-1976). On the "residue" and auditory pitch perception.
IN: Auditory System (Handbook of sensory physiology). W. D. Keidel and
W. D. Neff. Berlin, Vol: 5(3) Springer-Verlag: 479-583.
Copy of abovementioned URL
Keidel, Wolf Dieter.
Auditory system / [contributions] by H. W. Ades ... [et al.] ;
edited by Wolf D. Keidel and William D. Neff.
Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag, 1974-76.
3 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Handbook of sensory physiology ; v. 5
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
1. Anatomy, physiology (ear)--2. Physiology (CNS), behavioral
studies, psychacoustics.--3. Clinical and special topics.
Other author(s), etc.:
Neff, William D., joint author.
Ades, Harlow Whiting, 1911-
QP351 .H34 vol.5
It is very worthwhile to have a copy !!
If you with the above information still cannot find a library that has a
copy ask me to find one for you. There are over 200 libraries that seem
to have copies.
Worst comes to worst I have a copy that I made at the University of
I also have a copy of deBoer's thesis.
Fred Herzfeld, MIT'54
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Brunswick, Ga. 31525-0504
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