Ecological Psychoacoustics and Auditory Displays: Hearing, Grouping, and Meaning Making

  • Walker B
  • Kramer G
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Auditory display is the use of non-speech sound to communicate information to a listener. The field of auditory display encompasses everything from alarms to complex sonifications. While there are many differences in the design of fire alarms and auditory graphs, the entire auditory display endeavor can benefit from and contribute to the study of ecological psychoacoustics.

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  • Bruce N Walker

  • Gregory Kramer

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