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Publication Date: 2000
Publisher: Academic Pr
Yost, William A.
In its new Fourth Edition, Fundamentals of Hearing: An Introduction covers the subject of hearing from sound to sensation, including the structure and function of the auditory system. Written at an introductory level, and requiring a minimal background in math and science, Fundamentals of Hearing is intended for students in fields concerned with sensory systems, perception, the nervous system, human and animal communication, and speech and hearing sciences and disorders. Fundamentals of Hearing will also assist any professional in the field of hearing in finding key facts and data about the auditory system. The new Fourth Edition offers sixteen chapters, with 25 percent new information, covering: * The Auditory Stimulus * Peripheral Auditory Anatomy and Physiology * Auditory Perception of Simple Sounds * Complex Sound Processing * The Central Auditory Nervous System * And, a new chapter, The Abnormal Auditory System Six appendices cover: * Sinusoids and Trigonometry * Logarithms * Fourier Analysis * Psychophysics * Neural Anatomy and Physiology * Techniques and Tools Used to Study Hearing Instructors: accompanying Instructor's Workbook and CD-ROM also available - contact your bookstore or Academic Press for more information.Yost, William A. is the author of 'Fundamentals of Hearing An Introduction', published 2000 under ISBN 9780127756950 and ISBN 0127756957.
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