Welcome to Michigan State Acoustics/PsychoacousticsOur goal is to understand how the human brain processes sound. We make mathematical models of the perception process and test these models against experiments on human listeners.
Present members of our group
Our work is supported by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communications Disorderers of the National Institutes of Health.
Mark Klein (M.S., Ph.D.), Jian-Yu Lin (Ph.D.), Sandra Smith Doty (M.S.), Timothy VanderVelde (M.S.), Brent Blumenstock, Gary Hnath, Daniel Weymouth, Charles Taylor, David Kanistanaux, Thomas Packard, Theresa Lloyd, Linda Dan Lin, Kenneth Holtz, John Musson, Tilmann Zwicker, Thomas Lemense, Douglas Johnson, Gabriel Radvansky, Daniel Sartor, Paul Fontana, Jennifer Discenna, Kristen Starkey (REU), Millicent Ow (HHSP), Andrew Wittenberg (REU), David Espe (REU), Joseph Gaalaas (REU), Joy Hsu (HHSP), Melanie Koskamp (REU), Colleen McMillon (REU), Scott Lawton, Joshua Roebke, Charlotte Christensen (REU), Tim McCaskey (UPA, REU),, Mary Jo Heidecker, Nick Nuar, Zach Constan (Ph.D.), Aaron Koller (REU), Erin Nolan (UPA), Kim Cooper McGarrity, Louis McLane (REU), Zach Constan (Ph.D.), Matt Goupell (Ph.D.), Peter Xinya Zhang (Ph.D.), , Neil Aaronson (Ph.D.) , Ben Frey, Eric Pepin (REU)
... and a cast of listeners too numerous to mention,
Charlotte, REU 2003