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Re: introductory reading on auditory perception
I use chapters out of Chris Plack's book 'The Sense of Hearing'.
(Lawrence Erlbaum) for precisely this. The book is short, engagingly
written, accurate, and up to date -- published 2005. Its also softcover,
so reasonably inexpensive and practical for students to buy.
Erin E. Hannon wrote:
I was hoping someone might be able to recommend readings to me. I need
to find some good chapters and/or review papers that would be
appropriate for a one-shot introduction to auditory perception in a
seminar of graduate student who specialize in other areas (i.e., vision,
memory, language). Most readings I've thought of are too long, too
specialized, or too old. I thought I'd see if anyone on the list has
Thanks very much!
Ingrid Johnsrude, PhD
Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience
Department of Psychology
Kingston, Ontario K7L 3N6 Canada
Tel: 1 613 533 6009
Fax: 1 613 533 2499