Andrew Oxenham wins Nat'l Acad. of Science Troland Research Award
Dear Psychology Colleagues,
I'm delighted to tell you that Andrew Oxenham has won the 2009 National Academy of Sciences Troland Research Award. Andrew was cited "For profound and rigorous contributions to our understanding of the relationship between auditory perception and its underlying physiological mechanisms."
This is among the most prestigious awards for researchers in the general area of experimental psychology. You can read more at:
We all congratulate Andrew on this wonderful recognition!