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Auditory Physiology Research
Signal processing in the auditory system, both physical and perceptual, are investigated. The contribution of the mechanics of the ear to the setting of auditory sensitivity and how the physical features of complex sounds are encoded or represented in the auditory nervous system of mammals are the main areas of research interest. The Laboratory is co-directed by Dr Bill Shofner and Dr Robert Withnell.

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Hearing Research in the Department
The Laboratory is in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Other research being conducted in audiology and hearing sciences are in the areas of
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