Re: good text for basic psychoacoustics? ("Ward R. Drennan" )

Subject: Re: good text for basic psychoacoustics?
From:    "Ward R. Drennan"  <drennan@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 8 May 2008 15:15:57 -0700

At Indiana, we used Brian Moore's book "Introduction to the psychology of hearing" for audiology grad students. Ward R. Drennan, Ph. D. VM Bloedel Hearing Research Center University of Washington Box 357923 CHDD Building Room CD176 Seattle, WA 98195-7923 Phone: (206) 897-1848 Fax: (206) 616-1828 Please note the confidentiality of e-mail cannot be guaranteed. If you are concerned about confidentiality of specific information, do not send it by e-mail. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tufts, Jennifer" <jennifer.tufts@xxxxxxxx> To: <AUDITORY@xxxxxxxx> Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2008 1:53 PM Subject: good text for basic psychoacoustics? Dear List, I am prepping a course in introductory psychoacoustics and am soliciting list members' recommendations for a good text. The intended audience is first-year Au.D. students. These students are preparing for a career in clinical audiology and typically will have somewhat limited math skills. They will have a concurrent course in anatomy and physiology, so I don't need to cover that. Any recommendations? Thank you. Jennifer Tufts, Ph.D., CCC-A Assistant Professor University of Connecticut Department of Communication Sciences 850 Bolton Road, Unit 1085 Storrs, CT 06269-1085 (860) 486-4082 (office) (860) 486-5422 (fax)

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