Announcing: Macarthur Auditory Research Centre, Sydney (MARCS) (Kate Stevens )

Subject: Announcing: Macarthur Auditory Research Centre, Sydney (MARCS)
From:    Kate Stevens  <kj.stevens(at)UWS.EDU.AU>
Date:    Thu, 25 Nov 1999 10:27:46 +1000

Dear List, A quick announcement about MARCS - Macarthur Auditory Research Centre, Sydney. MARCS is a new research centre located at the University of Western Sydney (Macarthur campus). Some time ago I posted the list with details of a proposed research centre in auditory cognition in Sydney and I'm very pleased to advise that MARCS commenced operation in February 1999 under the direction of Professor Denis Burnham (d.burnham(at) We are very grateful to those of you who expressed interest and support for the centre all that time ago. MARCS takes as its research focus auditory perception and cognition in infants, children and adults. We have particular interest in experimental studies of speech, music and language processes. MARCS consists of a number of research and affiliated staff and graduate students, and is housed in a new suite of laboratories. At the end of our first year of operation I thought I would mention MARCS and invite you to visit our web site: A reminder too, that AMPS - Australian Music & Psychology Seminar - is now in its 3rd year. AMPS is held at the University of New South Wales, close to the centre of Sydney, every two weeks or so, and we welcome experimental and theoretical papers on psychology and music. See: Again, if you are visiting Sydney in 2000 and/or would like more information about AMPS (or MARCS), please let me know. Thanks and best wishes, Kate Stevens ________________________________________________ Dr Kate Stevens Department of Psychology & Macarthur Auditory Research Centre Sydney University of Western Sydney, Macarthur PO Box 555, Campbelltown NSW 2560 Australia Phone: (+612) 9772 6324; Fax: (+612) 9772 6584 Email: kj.stevens(at) ________________________________________________

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