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Re: Course materials for undergraduate auditory cognition course

I taught a course on computer audio, which included a small section on
Psychoacoustics.   I used Professor Deutsch's CD 'Musical illusions and
Paradoxes' as a large part of the illustrations, abd also some Csound
implementations of some things like octave perception, etc

In my case it was only a small part of the course.  But the High-Low
example wowed them most years.  i was lecturing via speakers which
restricts the demos, but I read the description of some others

==John ffitch

> 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.
> Regards,
> Diana
> Professor Diana Deutsch
> Department of Psychology
> University of California, San Diego
> 9500 Gilman Dr. #0109
> La Jolla, CA 92093-0109, USA
> 858-453-1558 (tel)
> 858-453-4763 (fax)
> http://deutsch.ucsd.edu
> http://www.philomel.com
> 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.
>> Regards,
>> Sandra Guzman
>> sandra_j_guzman@xxxxxxxxx