Acoustical Society of America
139th Meeting Lay Language Papers

Melville, New York, May 17, 2000

The following are lay language papers being presented at the 139th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America to be held May 30 - June 3, 2000 in Atlanta, Georgia.


Effect of High Intensity Focused Ultrasound on Platelet Aggregation, Activation and Adhesion by Sandra L. Poliachik

Time and Timing: Age-related Differences in Auditory, Speech, Language, and Cognitive Processing by M. Kathleen Pichora-Fuller

The Resonance of The Human Lung by James S. Martin, Peter H. Rogers, Edward A. Cudahy and Eric L. Hanson

Computer Identification of Musical Woodwind Instruments by Judith C. Brown

Human Capabilities of Echo Removal by Brad Libbey and Peter Rogers


Acoustics of Daycare Centers by Matthew V. Golden and Tom Frank


On the Noise from a Crumpled Candy Wrapper by Eric M. Kramer

When Lipreading Words is as Accurate as Listening by Sven Mattys, Lynne E. Bernstein, and Edward T. Auer, Jr.

Acoustics of Mandolins by David Cohen and Thomas D. Rossing

Modal Analysis of a New Steelpan: The Ping by Thomas D. Rossing, Uwe J. Hansen, Felix Rohner and Sabina Scharer

Detection of Land Mines Using Elastic and Electromagnetic Waves by Waymond Scott, Jr., Christoph Schroeder, Kangwook Kim, Cheng Jia, Peter Rogers, James Martin, and Gregg Larson

Does Nicotine Affect Hearing? by Ashley W. Harkrider and Craig A. Champlin
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