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Thinking in sound: the cognitive psychology of human audition

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The realm of auditory cognition is beginning to affirm itself as a new research orientation. Until now, no volume has existed that covers in a didactic fashion the whole range of subjects in this domain. To rectify this situation a special tutorial workshop organized by the French Acoustical Society was held at IRCAM, the music research institute founded by Pierre Boulez. Specialists in perceptual organization, memory, attention, music psychology, neurospsychology, and developmental psychology were invited from Europe and North America. The chapters of this book present the materials from their lectures. The book will be useful to advanced students in the cognitive sciences and scientists specializing in many fields as well as in auditory psychology.
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Stephen Mcadams, Emmanuel Bigand. Thinking in sound: the cognitive psychology of human audition. McAdams, Stephen and Bigand, Emmanuel. Oxford University Press, 1993, 978-0-19-852258-4 978-0-19-852257-7. ⟨10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198522577.001.0001⟩. ⟨hal-02180708⟩
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