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NAYHA KAIRAM Project #4: Auditory System and Auditory Stimulus Due Thursday, November 16-Monday, Nov. 20. Submit via BBLearn. (20 points) Part I – Label each of the following: A: Pinna (outer ear) B: Malleus C: Incus D: Stapes E: Semicircular Canals F: Auditory Nerve G: Cochlea H: Round Window (or oval window) I: Eustachian Tube J: Oval window (or round window) K: Tympanic membrane (eardrum) L: Auditory Canal
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Part II (expand as needed!) 1. What is sound? Give both a physical definition and a perceptual definition. For the perceptual definition, be sure to use your own words. - Souns is a physical stimulus and a perceptual response. Physical sounds are pressure changes, usually in the air. Perceptual sounds are the way you make sense of the pressure changes from experience. 2. Some sounds can be described as a pure tone. a. What does this mean? - pure tone occurs when changes in air pressure occur in a pattern described by a mathematical function called a sine wave b. If you want to increase the loudness of a sound, which characteristic of the pure tone do you need
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