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Subject: Ecological Psychoacoustics
From: John Neuhoff <>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2004 16:45:28 -0700
"Ecological Psychoacoustics".  The announcement from Elsevier appears below.
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 Elsevier is pleased to announce the recent publication of Ecological
 Psychoacoustics edited by John G. Neuhoff (The College of Wooster, Wooster,
 Ohio, U.S.A.)
 Ecological Psychoacoustics outlines recent advances in dynamic, cognitive,
 and ecological investigations of auditory perception and ties this work to
 findings in more traditional areas of psychoacoustics. The book illuminates
 some of the converging evidence that is beginning to emerge from these
 traditionally divergent fields, providing a scientifically rigorous, "real
 world" perspective on auditory perception, cognition, and action. In a
 natural listening environment almost all sounds are dynamic, complex, and
 heard concurrently with other sounds. Yet, historically, traditional
 psychoacoustics has examined the perception of static, impoverished stimuli
 presented in isolation. Ecological Psychoacoustics examines recent work that
 challenges some of the traditional ideas about auditory perception that were
 established with these impoverished stimuli and provides a focused look at
 the perceptual processes that are more likely to occur in natural settings.
 2004, Hardback 368 pp., USD69.95/GBP38.95, ISBN: 0-12-515851-3
 John G. Neuhoff
 Department of Psychology
 The College of Wooster 
 Wooster, OH 44691
 Phone: 330-263-2475 
 Fax: 928-244-5577
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 "Ecological Psychoacoustics"
 from Academic Press June, 2004
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