Hearing in Complex Environments

This final chapter on the auditory senses covers the more complex problems of hearing in a busy world. One topic is Auditory Scene Analysis: you can never close your ears, so you’re constantly bombarded with the sounds around you, but how do you make sense of where those sounds are coming from? The second topic is speech production and speech processing. Understanding spoken language is a remarkable auditory skill.

 

This chapter was created by Naomi Beutel, Jingyi Chen, Chandni Jaspal, Cameron Kennedy, Rebecca King, Rachel Lam, Jin Yong Lee, Lilly McLaughlin, Zamzam Mo’Allin, Samira Moalim-Yusuf, Autumn Nelsen, and Abby Popp.

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Introduction to Sensation and Perception by Students of PSY 3031 and Edited by Dr. Cheryl Olman is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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