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From:    "B.C.J. Moore"  <bcjm(at)CUS.CAM.AC.UK>
Date:    Thu, 13 Mar 1997 11:35:16 +0000

Dear Colleagues, For a limited time only, Academic Press have agreed to offer a 10% discount to members of this list wishing to purchase An Introduction to the Psychology of Hearing, Fourth Edition Brian C. J. Moore Cambridge University, UK Published January 1997, 384 pages, ISBN: 0-12-505627-3 The cost in the UK is normally 25-95 pounds. The new edition incorporates many recent advances in the field and has been comprehensively revised and updated. Key features include: * New sections on the effects of peripheral compression, the processing of modulation, duration discrimination, binaural interference and perceptual coders * Over 160 references to articles and books published since 1990 Table of Contents: The Nature and Sound and the Structure and Function of the Auditory System. The Perception of Loudness. Frequency Selectivity, Masking and the Critical Band. Temporal Processing in the Auditory System. Pitch Perception. Space Perception. Auditory Pattern and Object Perception. Speech Perception. Practical Applications. References. Glossary. Index. Ordering information: In the UK and Europe: To receive the discount please quote "Moore97" Send an email to apbooks(at) or fax: +44(0)171 267 0362 quoting your credit card details or requesting a pro-forma invoice. Offer expires August 31st, 1997. In the USA and Canada: To receive the discount, you must cite DM40162 when ordering. Offer expires August 31st, 1997. Academic Press, 6277 Sea Harbor Drive, Orlando, FL 32821-9989 Credit card customers Call Toll Free: 1/800/321-5068, DM40162 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Eastern Time FAX: 1/800/874-6418, (Please cite DM40162 on your cover sheet.) Brian C.J. Moore, Ph.D Professor of Auditory Perception, Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3EB, England Tel. (+) 44 1223 333574 FAX: (+) 44 1223 333564

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