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SYLLABUS FUNDAMENTALS OF HEARING, FALL 2009 SPA 3032, SECTION 0652 CLASS LOCATION: FLG 0220 CLASS HOURS: MWF 1.55 TO 2.45 OFFICE HOURS: 12.00 TO 1.00 MONDAY/FRIDAY Instructor : Mini N. Shrivastav, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Dept. of Communicative Disorders Room 36, Dauer Hall Email : [email protected] Course Description This course will deal with the basic concepts and principles relevant to the normal hearing process. Course Objectives Knowledge objectives Upon completion of this course, students will able to describe and understand the following: Basic units and terms related to acoustics Basic anatomy and physiology of the auditory system Relation between physical aspects of sound and how the human auditory system perceives them Skill objectives Upon completion of this course, students will able to Apply these fundamental concepts to more advanced principles and theories of hearing Integrate the knowledge of basic acoustics with the structure and function of the auditory system to understand how and what we hear Textbooks Recommended – “Fundamentals of Hearing: An Introduction (5th Ed.) Author: William A. Yost Published by: Academic Press ISBN: 0123704731 Recommended– “Introduction to Sound: Acoustics for Hearing and Speech Science
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