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Ecological Psychoacoustics at ASA

Subject: Ecological Psychoacoustics at ASA
From: John Neuhoff <>
Date: Tue, 17 Dec 2002 09:28:25 -0800
 There will be a special session entitled "Ecological Psychoacoustics" at the
 upcoming Spring meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.  The session
 is co-sponsored by the "Physiological and Psychological Acoustics" and
 "Animal Bioacoustics" groups.
 Speakers will present research on auditory perception-action relationships,
 aurally guided behavior, auditory cognition, the role of evolution in
 audition, and other topics.
 Those interested in contributing a talk should visit the ASA website
 at <a  href=""; rel="nofollow"></a>
 Deadline for abstracts is  January 6,2003.
 Abstracts can be online by going to the ASA home page at <a  
href=""; rel="nofollow"></a>
 Expanded Description:
 Traditional psychoacoustics often employs stimuli and listening conditions
 that rarely occur in real-world environments.  Although there are often
 tenable reasons for employing such measures, the ecological validity of
 these experiments is often questionable.  This session will highlight
 research that takes an ecological look at some traditionally psychoacoustic
 John G. Neuhoff
 The College of Wooster
 Department of Psychology
 Wooster, OH 44691
 <a  href=""; 
 Voice (330) 263-2475
 FAX (928) 244-5577

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