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Re: Core readings in auditory perception

Dear David,

The only one I know of is the rather outdated collection, with a charmingly eccentric introduction, by J. Donald Harris, entitled something like "Forty Germinal Papers in Hearing".
I doubt, though, that Amazon have it in stock...



David Schwartz wrote:
Dear list members,

I'm looking for a collection of core/classic readings in auditory perception to use for an upper level undergrad course I'm teaching in the fall. I have in mind something analogous to the visual perception collection Steve Yantis edited (http://www.amazon.com/Visual-Perception-Key-Readings-Cognition/dp/0863775985/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1239459553&sr=1-1). Does such a book exist? If not, what would you consider the ~10 most important readings in the history of auditory perception research (aside, of course, from your own publications).



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