This fully updated and revised sixth edition of Hearing: An Introduction to Psychological and Physiological Acoustics provides a comprehensive introduction for graduate students and professionals in audiology and other fields dealing with audition (including hearing/speech science, psychology, otolaryngology, neuroscience, linguistics, and speech-language pathology). The sixth edition reflects the current status of this rapidly-evolving multidisciplinary field of hearing science.
Table of Contents
Physical Concepts. Anatomy. Conductive Mechanism. Cochlear Mechanisms and Processes. Auditory Nerve. Auditory Pathways. Psychoacoustic Methods. Signal Detection Theory. Auditory Sensitivity. Masking. Loudness. Pitch and Timbre. Binaural and Spatial Hearing. Speech and its Perception.
Stanley A. Gelfand, PhD
Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders
Queen’s College of the City University of New York
Flushing, New York
PhD Program in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences and AuD Program
Graduate Center of the City University of New York
New York, New York