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BrainFacts.org is an authoritative source of information about the brain and nervous system for the public. The site is a... see more

This is a good site that has multiple video otoscopy images of conditions and diseases related to the ear, both inner and... see more

'Auditory Demonstrations II: Challenges to Speech Communication and Music Listening is a collection of auditory... see more

'Auditory Processing Studio was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for adults and children ages 7 and... see more

Cytomegalovirus, or CMV, is a common virus that infects most people worldwide.  CMV infection is usually harmless and... see more

This interactive website allows you to adjust the facial expression of an animated head.  This site is excellent for... see more

This is a free, online textbook/course that is designed to introduce the  topic of hearing.  "This unit examines the... see more

The NIOSH Hearing Loss Simulator is a software training and communication tool for promoting hearing loss prevention. It... see more

- Noise and Your Ears: Worth Hearing About! (published 1995; 562 KB) PDF - Acoustics and You: Learning About the Science... see more

This site contains links to information about genetic and rare conditions. The home page has an extensive, alphabetical... see more

This cool site has synthetically engineered sentences that have the consonants taken out - and you can still understand... see more

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for... see more

' ANIMATED Auditory Demonstrations II: Challenges to Speech Communication and Music Listening is a collection of animated... see more

  This site provides information about the Audiological Society of Australia: "The Code of Ethics and the Practice... see more

Hear some simulations of what a cochlear implant sounds like. Also a short video of a cochlear implant surgery by Dr.... see more

This is a CDC website with the basics about the prevalence of genetic hearing loss in infants that includes a Parents... see more

This site includes some interesting facts (and links), including why stereocilia are not like true cilia, how hair cells... see more

This website gives structural detail about hair cells and the proteins (and related genes) of which they are made, with a... see more

This website has an explanation of the McGurk effect as well as a demo video so that students can see for themselves how... see more

This website explains the point-light system of measuring facial movements important to lipreading. There are movies to... see more

An online explaination of sound pressure level if you are having trouble understanding the concept.

This website describes the Stroop visual perception test and has a sample test to try out.  Since the Stroop test has... see more

This is a free, online textbook from WikiBooks.  According to the authors, "Acoustics (from Greek ακουστικός pronounced... see more

This is a Collection of sites withing the mega-site "Internet Psych Lab." The various sites demonstrate different... see more