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Robert J. Dooling is professor emeritus in the Department of Psychology and the Neuroscience and Cognitive Science Program at the University of Maryland, College Park (College Park). He received his PhD in physiological psychology from Saint Louis University (St. Louis,
MO) while working as a research assistant at the Central Institute for the Deaf in St. Louis. After a postdoctoral fel- lowship at Rockefeller University (New York), his research has focused on hearing, vocal communication, and vocal learning in songbirds and parrots, with a particular interest in drawing comparisons with similar processes in humans.
David Buehler is managing director and specialist in environmental noise studies at ICF, a global consulting and technol- ogy services company. He is a licensed professional civil engineer in California, a licensed professional acoustical engi- neer in Oregon, and a board-certified
member of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering. He has over 35 years of experience and has worked with the California Department of Transportation for over 20 years, conducting noise and vibration studies, developing guid- ance manuals and training, and managing research studies. In 2005, he was awarded the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Environmental Excellence Award for his work on hydroacoustic impact mitigation.
Marjorie R. Leek is a senior research career scientist at the VA Loma Linda Healthcare System (Loma Linda, CA) and professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at Loma Linda University Health. She received her PhD in hearing science from
the University of Kansas (Lawrence) and completed a post- doctoral fellowship at Boys Town National Research Hospital (Omaha, NE). She has served on the faculty of Arizona State
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