Everything we know about audio perception is wrong (or at least it might be…)


My paper “Everything we know about audio perception is wrong (or at least it might be…)” has been accepted for presentation at AISS (Activating Inclusive Sound Spaces) Conference at the University of Huddersfield in July.

In this paper I take a look at the gender balance of participants in research studies on auditory perception.  Not surprisingly the majority of participants in such studies (where stated) are male  – and as such I will question what, we think, we know about auditory perception…

Are there differences in auditory perception between genders? very little research has addressed this question, although there have been some interesting studies recently.

I’m really looking forward to discussing  this and thinking about some of the other key themes of the conference which centre on the assumptions that are made about the communities which shape digital music and sound production.

For more info on the conference: https://inclusivesoundspaces.wordpress.com/




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