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Re: Course materials for undergraduate auditory cognition course

Dear Sandra,

For sound demonstrations, you  might want to consider  my two CDs 'Musical illusions and Paradoxes' and 'Phantom words, and other curiosities' (http://philomel.com).  These have worked very well for me, and also for others teaching courses on sound perception and cognition, at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. They include some full experiments that the students could carry out  as class projects.  Some of the demonstrations  are posted at http://philmel.com, with additional background material posted at http://deutsch.ucsd.edu.



Professor Diana Deutsch
Department of Psychology                          
University of California, San Diego
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On Jan 3, 2012, at 11:58 AM, Sandra Guzman wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I am currently revising a course titled Perception and Cognition of Sound, designed to be an elective undergraduate course that follows Introduction to Psychoacoustics. 

I am highly interested in receiving feedback and guidance on topics, readings and demonstrations that have worked well for others who have taught and/or developed the curriculum for a similar course.


Sandra Guzman