On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 6:55 PM, Gordon, Michael <GORDONM10@xxxxxxxxx>
I’m hoping some of you might have a few ideas about how one can measure the resonant characteristics of the human body? Specifically I’m trying to figure out what the resonant frequencies of a person’s head/skull might be. Is there a way or established methods to do this? Are there any dangers to playing the resonant frequency of a person’s head to them?
I’m hoping to do some investigations into whether the resonant characteristics of a person’s body might interact with various acoustic perceptual judgments. Many thanks in advance for your responses.
You are welcome to email me directly and I will post a summary of responses to the list next week.
Dr. Michael S. Gordon
Department of Psychology
William Paterson University
Susan Allen, PhD
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Instructor of Harp & Improvisation
Coordinator, Musical Arts Program
Faculty Administrator, Community Arts Partnership Music Programs
The Herb Alpert School of Music
California Institute of the Arts
Valencia, CA 91355 USA