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Re: Ecological Acoustics Women

That's an extremely impressive memory, there Bruno!  Danielle Iverson has also done quite a bit of work with environmental sounds.  In the area of soundscape research one name I would add to the list is Daniele Dubois. 
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From: Bruno L. Giordano [mailto:bruno.giordano@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: Re: Ecological Acoustics Women

Hello Claire, as far as perception of nonspeech/nonmusical naturalistic sounds is concerned, Claudia Carello, Catherine Guastavino, Laurie Heller, Roberta Klatzky and Terri Bonebright come to my mind. You might also consider Clara Suied, more focused on sound design and multisensory interaction. To my knowledge, Eleanor J. Gibson did not focus on Ecological Acoustics per se, but quite likely contributed to the development of the field. If, as some authors do (e.g., Gaver), you consider the study of the perception of musical timbre as one of the most ecological topics in mainstream nonspeech hearing science (along with the study of spatial sound), you will have to consider several more authors. By memory I can mention Carol Krumhansl, Anne Caclin, Sophie Donadieu, Caroline Traube, {Mitsuko Aramaki/Sølvi Ystad} and Claudia Fritz. I am sure there are more (and I'm sorry if I forget somebody I know). You might be able to find some more in the field of sound design (what's more ecological to us than the sound of appliances?). May I ask what the goal/purpose of your review is? Good luck, Bruno @article{aramaki2007sqa, title={{Sound quality assessment of wood for xylophone bars}}, author={Aramaki, M. and Baill{\`e}res, H. and Brancheriau, L. and Kronland-Martinet, R. and Ystad, S.}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, volume={121}, pages={2407}, year={2007}, publisher={ASA} } @INPROCEEDINGS{bonebright01, author = {T. L. Bonebright}, title = {Perceptual structure of everyday sounds: a multidimensional scaling approach}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Auditory Display}, year = {2001}, pages = {73--78} } @INCOLLECTION{carello03, author = {C. Carello and J. B. Wagman and M. T. Turvey}, title = {Acoustical specification of object properties}, booktitle = {Moving image theory: Ecological considerations}, publisher = {Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press}, year = {2003}, editor = {J. Anderson and B. Anderson} } @ARTICLE{carello98, author = {C. Carello and K. L. Anderson and A. J. Kunkler--Peck}, title = {Perception of object length by sound}, journal = {Psychological Science}, year = {1998}, volume = {9}, pages = {211--214}, number = {3}, month = {May} } @ARTICLE{gibson55, author = {J. J. Gibson and E. J. Gibson}, title = {Perceptual learning: differentiation or enrichment?}, journal = {Psychological Review}, year = {1955}, volume = {62}, pages = {32--41}, number = {1} } @BOOK{gibsonej00, title = {An ecological approach to perceptual learning and development}, publisher = {Oxford University Press}, year = {2000}, author = {E. J. Gibson and A. D. Pick}, address = {New York, NY} } @article{guastavino2007ces, title={{Categorization of environmental sounds}}, author={GUASTAVINO, C.}, journal={Canadian journal of experimental psychology}, volume={61}, number={1}, pages={54--63}, year={2007}, publisher={Canadian Psychological Association} } @article{guastavino2006ius, title={{The Ideal Urban Soundscape: Investigating the Sound Quality of French Cities}}, author={Guastavino, C.}, journal={Acta Acustica united with Acustica}, volume={92}, number={6}, pages={945--951}, year={2006}, publisher={Hirzel Verlag} } Laurie Heller: http://titan.cog.brown.edu:8080/AuditoryLab/ @article{heller2002seb, title={{When sound effects are better than the real thing}}, author={Heller, L.M. and Wolf, L.}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, volume={111}, pages={2339}, year={2002}, publisher={ASA} } @article{ecker2005avi, title={{Auditory-visual interactions in the perception of a ball's path}}, author={Ecker, A.J. and Heller, L.M.}, journal={Perception}, volume={34}, number={1}, pages={59--75}, year={2005} } @BOOK{michaels81, title = {Direct perception}, publisher = {Prentice--Hall}, year = {1981}, author = {C. F. Michaels and C. Carello}, address = {Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey} } @ARTICLE{klatzky00, author = {R. L. Klatzky and D. K. Pai and E. P. Krotkov}, title = {Perception of Material from Contact Sounds}, journal = {Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environment}, year = {2000}, volume = {9}, pages = {399--410}, number = {4} } C Suied and I Viaud-Delmon (2008), The role of object categories in auditory-visual object recognition, 9th International Multisensory Research Forum, Hamburg, Germany, http://imrf.mcmaster.ca/IMRF/ocs/index.php/meetings/2008/paper/view/417 @conference{suied2005tsd, title={{Toward a Sound Design Methodology: Application to Electronic Automotive Sounds}}, author={Suied, C. and Susini, P. and Misdariis, N. and Langlois, S. and Smith, B.K. and McAdams, S.}, booktitle={Proceedings of ICAD}, volume={5}, year={2005} } ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bruno L. Giordano, PhD Music Perception and Cognition Laboratory CIRMMT http://www.cirmmt.mcgill.ca/ Schulich School of Music, McGill University 555 Sherbrooke Street West Montréal, QC H3A 1E3 Canada Office: +1 514 398 4535 ext. 00900 http://www.music.mcgill.ca/~bruno/ Claire Piché wrote: > Hi, > > I'm looking for articles, research reports, essay, etc. about Ecological > acoustics written by women. Papers written in french are also welcome. > > I know the work of Nancy J. Vanderveer > > Thanks > Claire Piché, Ph. D. > Études et pratiques des arts. > > > __________ NOD32 3745 (20090107) Information __________ > > This message was checked by NOD32 antivirus system. > http://www.eset.com > > >