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5.0 out of 5 stars
Perfect for Audiology, Auditory Research and Medicine, 29 July 2011
In just under 10 years of study in the field of Auditory Science, I have never read a book that so comprehensively covers the, often ambiguous, area of Auditory Neuroscience.
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading this book; the authors' unique style ranged from very engaging in the Preface and chapter 1, `Why things sound the way they do', to a highly informative chapter on, `the neural basis of sound localisation'.
For those looking for something that is a little more `translational' or clinical, the final chapter is entirely devoted to the clinical applications of auditory prosthesis.
In summary, an up-to-date and well-rounded text that is as informative as it is engaging. Thank you.