Indiana University
Speech and Hearing Sciences
S702: Acoustic Research in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Spring 2002 Sect. 4073

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Last Updated: Jan. 5, 2002

Notes: Material now updated for Spring, 2002.

This course uses ONCOURSE for our routine business, including Course Announcements and mail.

email: Use Oncourse:

Diane Kewley-Port, emergency email
AI Wen-hui Su, email Wen-Hui Su, emergency email
Credit Hours: 3.0
Lecture: 8:00-9:15 A Tues, Thurs. SC141
Laboratory: About 1/2 hour/week of lab will be conducted in SG 164.


Required: Principles of Experimental Phonetics, Norman Lass (ed.), 1996, Mosby-Year Book, St. Louis, MO.
Recommended: Speech Communications Human and Machine, Douglas O'Shaughnessy, 2000, IEEE Press, New York.
Catalog Description
S702: Acoustic Research in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Course topics vary according to student interests including speech production and perception in hearing impaired populations, language development, adult neurogenic speech and language disorders, voice analysis, speech perception. Lab components to include digital recording, acoustic analysis and speech synthesis.

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