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Title: The Origins and Early Development of Australasian Auditory Neuroscience
Authors: Irvine, Dexter
Keywords: Auditory neuroscience
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Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Springer Singapore
Citation: Irvine, Dexter R. F. 2016. The Origins and Early Development of Australasian Auditory Neuroscience. Acoustics Australia: 1-8.
Abstract: The impressive achievements of Australasian auditory neuroscience largely derive from the establishment of three major laboratories, at the University of Western Australia, Monash University, and the University of Melbourne, in the 1960s. The research foci of these laboratories, and the achievements of the scientists who established them, and of their colleagues and students, are described in this paper. The early development of auditory neuroscience occurred in a context provided by research activity in a number of other areas of hearing science, among them audiology, otolaryngology, psychoacoustics, and vestibular science. The development of these and some other strands of Australasian hearing science is briefly reviewed.
URI: http://repository.bionicsinstitute.org:8080/handle/123456789/263
ISSN: 1839-2571
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