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Theory of hearing.

Author: Ernest Glen Wever
Publisher: New York, Wiley [©1949]
Series: Wiley publications in psychology.
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Wever, Ernest Glen, 1902-
Theory of hearing.
New York, Wiley [1949]
(OCoLC)598877008
Online version:
Wever, Ernest Glen, 1902-
Theory of hearing.
New York, Wiley [1949]
(OCoLC)631307808
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Glen Wever
OCLC Number: 560455
Description: xiii, 484 pages illustrations.
Contents: Part 1: The classical theories --
The beginnings of auditory theory --
The Helmholtz resonance theory --
The place theories after Helmholtz --
The frequency theories --
Part 2: The modern developments --
Modern developments of the classical theories --
Auditory nerve responses --
Frequency representation in the auditory nerve --
The volley principle --
Part 3: The volley theory --
The volley theory: the basic evidence --
Further evidence on cochlear localization: the acoustic neurology --
Sensitivity --
Loudness and fatigue --
Pitch and pitch discrimination --
Auditory abnormalities --
The products of tonal interaction --
Temporal phenomena of auditory perception --
Binaural phenomena --
The volley theory in review; concluding observations.
Series Title: Wiley publications in psychology.

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