Thomas E. Walder

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Sound localization in the sagittal planes, including the ability to distinguish front from back, relies on spectral features caused by the filtering effects of the head, pinna, and torso. It is assumed that important spatial cues are encoded in the frequency range between 4 and 16 kHz. In this study, in a double-blind design and using audio-visual training(More)
BACKGROUND Medical entomologists increasingly recognize that the ability to make inferences between laboratory experiments of vector biology and epidemiological trends observed in the field is hindered by a conceptual and methodological gap occurring between these approaches which prevents hypothesis-driven empirical research from being conducted on(More)
ters in Allentown, Pennsylvania. He is involved with the specification, selection, installation, and commissioning of rotating equipment for Air Product's air separation facilities worldwide. Mr. Wehrman's previous assignments in his 21 year career with Air Products have been as the Machinery R&D Lead Engineer, as an Electrical Engineer, and as a specifying(More)
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