Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
Anatomy and Physiology [ppt]
Citation: Neave-DiToro, D. (2018). Anatomy and Physiology [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from https://libguides.brooklyn.cuny.edu/ld.php?content_id=42673493
What making music does to your brain
What’s it like to have a song inside your head, itching to get out? A neuroscientist and a songwriter compare notes from the frontier of music and science.
Citation: Limb, C and Hadero, M. (2015 Nov 10) What making music does to your brain. Retrieved from https://ideas.ted.com/what-making-music-does-to-your-brain/
Hearing with Your Brain
Educational brochure about "hearing with your brain" from Oticon. Oticon is a hearing aid manufacturer based in Copenhagen, Denmark founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, whose wife was hearing impaired.
Citation: Oticon.com (n.d) Hearing with Your Brain. Retrieved from https://www.oticon.com/-/media/oticon-us/main/download-center/patient-education/39722-patient-education-hearing-with-your-brain.pdf
“Auditory Transduction”, the 2003 National Science Foundation first place multimedia award winner
, takes viewers on a step-by-step voyage through the inside of the ear, to the accompaniment of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Along the way, snatches of music trigger movements of each ear part.
Citation: [aearoweb] (2009, Sept. 11) Auditory Transduction [Video File.] Retrieved from https://youtu.be/46aNGGNPm7s
From Sound To Cilia
Citation: Caldwell, R., & Celumbra. (2005). From sound to cilia. Greenbank, Wash.: Celumbra.
This video explores the function of the human ear through computer animation, focusing on how the motion of sound waves is delivered to the inner ear.
* Click on above Image or Title
* Type in password provided by your instructor
* Click on link to take you to the video