Part 2 Chapters
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- Chapter 2.1 introduces two of the major concepts of auditory perception, namely the auditory image and auditory figures. In the process, it explains why communication sounds are so distinctive when compared with environmental noises.
- Chapter 2.2 explains how the cochlea performs the frequency analysis that creates the tonotopic dimension of auditory image space.
- Chapter 2.3 explains how the midbrain might determine the location of the auditory image relative to the midline of the head.
- Chapter 2.4 explains how the midbrain or thalamus might create the time-interval dimension of auditory image space.
- Chapter 2.5 describes the auditory figures produced by vowel sounds.