160028 SE The (Neuro-)Physiology and Psychology of Hearing (2021S)
- Registration is open from Fr 05.02.2021 09:00 to Tu 16.02.2021 21:00
- Registration is open from Fr 19.02.2021 09:00 to Tu 23.02.2021 21:00
- Deregistration possible until We 31.03.2021 23:59
Classes (iCal) - next class is marked with N
Being on time for the first session is required in order to attend the course!
Attendance is limited to a max. of 20 students!
Aims, contents and method of the course
Assessment and permitted materials
1. attend the sessions on a regular basis,
2. contribute actively,
3. prepare for the separate topics (read papers at home)
4. give an oral presentation on a selected topic, and
5. deliver a written text on a selected topic.Please note: Slots in courses with continuous assessment are limited and sometimes coveted. Therefore, the following general rule applies: whoever registers and does not deregister on time(!) will receive a grade, no matter what.
Minimum requirements and assessment criteria
Credit as BAC: PRO
Credit as M02, M03, M05: none
Credit as M09: nonePLEASE NOTE THAT THE COURSE WILL BE IN GERMAN!
so there is another implicit requirement: somewhat fluent German.Assessment:
The final grade will be based on a scoring system. A respective table will be provided and explained at the start of the semester.
Fuchs, Paul A. (Hrsg.) 2010. „The Ear. The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science“. Bd. 1, New
York, NY, Oxford Univ. Press.Rees, Adrian; Palmer, Alan R. (Hrsg.) 2010. „The auditory Brain. The Oxford Handbook of
Auditory Science“. Bd. 2, New York, NY, Oxford Univ. Press.Plack, Christopher J. (Hrsg.) 2010. „Hearing. The Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science“. Bd.
3, New York, NY, Oxford Univ. Press.
Peretz, Isabelle; Zatorre, Robert J. (Hrsg.) 2003. The cognitive neuroscience of music. Oxford, UK, Oxford Univ. Press.
Seikel, J. Anthony et al. 2020. Neuroanatomy and neurophysiology for speech and hearing sciences. San Diego, CA, Plural.
Association in the course directory
MA: M02, M03, M05, M09