The Hearing Sciences

The Hearing Sciences

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Covers all the topics required for a thorough understanding of hearing sciences: acoustics, anatomy and physiology of the auditory and vestibular systems, psychoacoustics, and basic instrumentation. Written in a straightforward style, this text is appropriate for undergraduate students. Fundamental concepts from earlier chapters are reinforced as more complex topics are introduced. In short, it is an accessible book that students will rely on throughout their academic careers. Instructors may find the more advanced chapters useful as supplementary material in AuD programs.Intuitively, you probably can understand that sending a given power to a small speaker (such as for an iPod) creates a louder sound in the ear than you would hear if you send that same power to a stereo speaker, which is located a meteranbsp;...


Title:The Hearing Sciences
Author: Teri Hamill, Lloyd L. Price
Publisher:Plural Pub Incorporated - 2008
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