• Joel D. Knispel
Part of the Readings from the Encyclopedia of Neuroscience book series (REN)


Psychoacoustics, the study of the perception of sound and music, is having a wide impact on fields of basic research such as neuropsychology and cognitive psychology, and is also contributing to practical applications in music, particularly computer music and audio reproduction.


Sound Intensity Harmonic Spectrum Superior Olivary Complex Pitch Interval Computer Music 
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Further reading

  1. Bodis-Wollner I, ed (1982): Evoked potentials. Ann NY Acad Sci 388Google Scholar
  2. Hecaen H, Albert ML (1978): Human Neuropsychology. New York: WileyGoogle Scholar
  3. McAdams S (1982): Spectral fusion and the creation of auditory images. In: Music, Mind and Brain. Clynes M, ed. New York: Plenum PressGoogle Scholar
  4. Warren RM (1982): Auditory Perception. New York: Pergamon PressGoogle Scholar

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