May 22 2023
News from the Chicago Spring Meeting: Congratulations to Sarah Verhulst who was elected P&P Fellow! Congratulations to the winners of the P&P Best Student Paper Award, Samantha Hauser and Rebecca Higgins!
January 23 2023
Bertrand Delgutte has been selected to receive the 2023 William and Christine Hartmann Prize in Auditory Neuroscience. Congratulations Bertrand!
December 14 2022
Congratulations to Lina Reiss and John Galvin, who were elected as ASA Fellows in Nashville!
August 25 2022
Congratulations to Lina Reiss, our latest P&P Fellow! Also, a belated congratulations to the winners of the P&P Best Student Paper Award in Denver, Paul G Mayo and Homeira I Kafi!
Jan 4 2022
The winners of the P&P Best Student Paper Award in Seattle are Monica Folkerts and Christopher Conroy. Congratulations!
Sep 9 2021
P&P has three new ASA Fellows! Congratulations to Adrian KC Lee, Matt Goupell and Pavel Zahorik!
August 26 2021
The 2021 ASA Silver Medal in Psychological and Physiological Acoustics will be awarded to Ruth Litovsky. Congratulations Ruth! https://acousticalsociety.org/asa-fall-2021-award-recipients/
June 15 2021
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Feb 16 2021
P&P has four new ASA Fellows! Congratulations to Kathryn Arehart, Pam Souza, Dan Tollin and Brian Simpson.
Philip Joris has been selected to receive the 2021 William and Christine Hartmann Prize in Auditory Neuroscience. Congratulations Philip!
Dec 15 2020
Thank you to everyone who attended Acoustics Virtually Everywhere. Please complete the survey to help make the Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting even better!
Nov 6 2020
We are very sorry to announce that our long-time friend and colleague, Neal Viemeister, passed away earlier this week. Neal was part of the ASA’s P&P family for over 50 years, having published his first paper in JASA in 1972, and being awarded the ASA Silver Medal in Psychological and Physiological Acoustics in 2001. Neal spent his entire faculty career at the University of Minnesota, where he was a professor in the Psychology Department and a prominent member of Minnesota’s auditory research community. Since his retirement, Neal and his wife Ginny had enjoyed a new occupation as warm and popular hosts of a beautiful Bed & Breakfast inn in Donegal, Ireland. Our heartfelt condolences go out to Ginny and his daughter and granddaughter, Katie and Grace.
Andrew Oxenham & Peggy Nelson
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