Psychological & Physiological Acoustics

The Technical Committee on Psychological and Physiological Acoustics is concerned with psychological and physiological responses to sound in humans and other species including  Perception and perceptual organization of simple and complex sounds, including speech, Anatomy and function of the auditory pathways,  Hearing disorders, hearing loss, and auditory prostheses, Vibrotactile and vestibular sensation, Developmental, aging, learning and plasticity effects in auditory function and Theories and models of auditory processes. Search for our articles in Acoustics Today…

Acoustics '17 Boston

Register for Acoustics ’17 Boston
25-29 June, Boston, MA, USA!

173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America
and the 8th Forum Acusticum

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Life Streaming of Acoustics '17 Sessions!

Can’t make it to Acoustics ’17 in Boston? Plan on virtually attending one or more sessions!

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Acoustics Outreach to Budding Scientists

For the second year in a row, the P&P Technical Committee is offering a travel award opportunity to budding scientists in clinical research and physiological research. Three individuals were chosen from each group to receive travel funding and present their research at the 173rd ASA meeting in Boston, MA. The goal of this travel award is to promote translational research and expose clinical and physiological researchers to the Acoustical Society. Plan to attend this exciting session at Acoustics ’17 in Boston!

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TCPP Welcomes You

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Scope

The Technical Committee on Psychological and Physiological Acoustics is concerned with the investigation and the dissemination of information about psychological and physiological responses to sound in humans and other species. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Perception and perceptual organization of simple and complex sounds, including speech
  2. Anatomy and function of the auditory pathways, including all physical and biological responses to auditory stimulation
  3. Hearing disorders, hearing loss, and auditory prostheses
  4. Vibrotactile and vestibular sensation, and the interaction of hearing with other sensory modalities
  5. Developmental, aging, learning and plasticity effects in auditory function
  6. Theories and models of auditory processes