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Jozef J. Zwislocki Papers

An inventory of his papers at the Syracuse University Archives

Summary

Creator: Zwislocki, Jozef J., 1922-
Title: Jozef J. Zwislocki Papers
Dates: 1945-2012
Size: 42 boxes (28.75 linear feet)
Abstract: The Jozef J. Zwislocki Papers document his academic and professional life and include correspondence, photographs, articles, awards, research and teaching materials relating to his work as a neuroscientist
Language: English, French, German, Polish
Repository: University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Ave., Suite 600
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://archives.syr.edu

Biography

Dr. Jozef J. Zwislocki

Jozef J. Zwislocki served as a member of the neuroscience faculty at Syracuse University from 1957 to 1992. He was born in Lwow, Poland on March 22, 1922. His studies in electrical engineering and pioneering research in psychoacoustics culminated in a Sc.D. from the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland in 1948. From 1945 to 1951, he headed the Electroacoustic Lab in the Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. Zwislocki came to the U.S. in 1951 as a Research Fellow in the Psychoacoustic Laboratory at Harvard University. He joined the Syracuse University faculty in 1957 as Research Associate Professor of Audiology. In 1958 he established and was named director of the Bioacoustics Laboratory in the School of Education. Zwislocki was instrumental in the transfer of the laboratory to the College of Engineering in 1963, the establishment of the Department of Bioengineering and the creation of the doctoral program in neuroscience. The Bioacoustics Laboratory was later renamed the Institute for Sensory Research and Zwislocki served as director until 1984. Named Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience in 1988, he retired from teaching in 1992, but continues to perform research at Syracuse University.

In 1970, Zwislocki invented the Zwislocki Coupler, an artificial ear that determines the amount of current needed in an earphone to produce a particular sound intensity for the eardrum. The Zwislocki Coupler was accepted as the national standard for hearing-aid earphones (ANSI S3.25-2009). Zwislocki holds 12 patents, including several for ear protection against excessive noise.

Zwislocki has held membership in a number of professional organizations, including the Acoustical Society of America, the Association for Research in Otolaryngology and the Psychonomic Society. He had authored over 200 scientific publications and presented at conferences in Leningrad, Stockholm, Poland, Milan, Paris, Japan, London and numerous cities in the U.S and around the world. His 2002 publication Auditory Sound Transmission: An Autobiographical Perspective summarizes his life’s work.

Jozef Zwislocki received the Acoustical Society of America’s first Békésy Medal in 1985 for landmark contributions in auditory science, the Hugh Knowles Prize in 1992 for distinguished achievement in the diagnosis and prevention of hearing disorders and many other awards. In 1990, in recognition of his distinguished achievements in original research, he became the first faculty member from Syracuse University elected to membership in the National Academy of Sciences. In 1991, he received a doctorate “honoris cause” from the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan in his native Poland. Other honors and awards include the Medal of the Medical Academy in Poland, election as a Foreign Associate of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Chancellor’s Citation for Exceptional Academic Achievement at Syracuse University. In 2006, Zwislocki was honored as a Legend of Auditory Science by the American Academy of Audiology because of the landmark advances he has made in diagnostic methods in audiology.

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Scope and Content Note

The Jozef J. Zwislocki Papers document his professional and administrative activities and span from 1945 to 2012. The papers include Course Files, Subject Files, Bioacoustic Laboratory Science/Research Files, Laboratory of Sensory Communication Science/Research Files, Institute for Sensory Research Science/Research Files and Patent Files pertaining to research, patent development and professional organizations. Zwislocki's participation in several professional organizations may also be seen in the general Science/Research Files. There are a large number of Publications and Writings by Zwislocki, both published and unpublished. Writings include numerous conference papers and other presentations.

Of particular note in the collection are the models and documentation of acoustic Instrumentation and Hearing Protectors, such as the Zwislocki Coupler. ANSI Certificates for many of the inventions are available as well as the Patent and Patent Development Files.

The development of the Institute for Sensory Research from the earliest years is documented in the Bioacoustic Laboratory, Laboratory for Sensory Communication and Institute for Sensory Research Administrative Files. A nearly-complete run of reports chronicling the research performed by ISR faculty is found in Bioacoustic Laboratory, Laboratory for Sensory Communication and Institute for Sensory Research Reports which were published 2-3 times per year. Special Reports ISR-S-19 and ISR-S-30 are missing from the collection. Researchers should also note that a research report completed for the Office of Naval Research, found in the Bioacoustics Laboratory Special Reports, refers to the Hearing Protectors located in Box 40.

Finally, Photographs, Publicity and Memorabilia and the Awards Correspondence serve to document the numerous professional awards bestowed on Zwislocki for his work. Certificates, plaques and medals are found in the boxes of Honors and Awards.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Please note that the collection is housed off-site, and advance notice is required to allow time to have the materials brought to the Reading Room on campus.

Because of of their condition, Hearing Protectors may not be removed from plastic storage bags.

Please note that the Reading Room does not have the equipment to play the VHS tape. Advance notice is required to create listening copies.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

The Archives has portrait and clipping files related to Jozef J. Zwislocki.

Zwislocki's Model of the Cochlea computer simulation program developed by E.J. Kletsky and D.J. Arpajian is available online. The back-up files for the program are available in the Archives.

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Selected Search Terms

Names

Arpajian, D.J.
Kletsky, Earl J.
Moscicki, Ignacy, 1867-1946.
Zwislocki, Jozef J.
Acoustical Society of America.
Association for Research in Otolaryngology.
Bioacoustics Laboratory -- Syracuse University.
Institute for Sensory Research -- Syracuse University.
Laboratory of Sensory Communications -- Syracuse University.
Psychoacoustic Laboratory -- Harvard University.
Psychonomic Society.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University.

Subjects

Auditory Pathways -- physiology.
College teachers.
Higher education.

Types of material

Artifacts.
Models (representations)
Photographs.
Slides (photographs)
Technical reports.
VHS.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Jozef J. Zwislocki Papers,
University Archives,
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

The papers of Jozef J. Zwislocki were received by the Syracuse University Archives in 2011 and 2013 from Jozef J. Zwislocki. Additional materials from the Institute for Sensory Research were added in 2017.

Processing Information

The materials in the collection were placed in acid-free boxes. Many original folders were kept, except when not practical; then, materials were placed in acid-free folders. Original order was maintained. Artifacts such as Hearing Protectors were transferred to archival plastic bags and labeled.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Susan M. Hughes
Date: 2013
Revision history: New materials added - MAM 2017

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Arrangement

Original order was maintained, with some modifications to aid researchers in navigating the collection.

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Inventory

Bioacoustic Laboratory administrative files, correspondence
Box 1 Administratrive files and correspondence 1951-1962 (10 folders)
Laboratory of Sensory Communication administrative files, correspondence
Box 1 Administrative files and correspondence January 1963-December 1972 (23 folders)
Box 2 Administrative files and correspondence 1973-2011 (15 folders)
Bioacoustic Laboratory Science research files, correspondence
Box 3 Research files and correspondence 1953-1963 (21 folders)
Laboratory of Sensory Communication Science research files, correspondence
Box 3 Research files and correspondence 1963-1965 (10 folders)
Box 4 Research files and correspondence January 1966-December 1973 (28 folders)
Institute for Sensory Science research files, correspondence
Box 4 Research files and correspondence January 1974-May 1976 (5 folders)
Box 5 Research files and correspondence 1976-2011 (18 folders)
Course files
Box 9 Original lecture slides binder undated
Box 9 Original lecture slides binder #2 undated
Box 5 Original lecture slides binder #3 undated
Box 6 Science articles used for teaching 1934-1980
Box 6 Journal club 1970-1971
Box 6 SEC 895 seminar 1972
Box 6 Seminar in Biological Sensory Systems, Poughkeepsie 1975
Box 6 NEU 500 1991
Box 6 NEU 701 undated
Box 6 NEU 722 / PSY 722 1992
Box 6 NEU 864 1992
Box 6 NEU 864 reading material 1990
Box 6 NEU lectures (unidentified course numbers) undated
Box 6 NEU slides 1 undated
Box 6 NEU slides 2 undated
Box 6 PSY 721 / SES 721 lectures 1980-1987
Box 6 PSY 721 / SES 721 slides undated
Box 6 PSY 721 / SES 721 reading 1980-1988
Box 6 PSY 721 / SES 721 exams 1985-1991
Box 6 PSY 722 / SES 722 lectures folder 2 1984-1992
Box 6 PSY 722 / SES 722 reading 1980-1981
Box 6 PSY 722 / SES 722 exams 1986-1990
Box 6 PSY / SES lectures, folder 1 undated
Box 6 PSY / SES lectures, folder 2 1985
Box 6 PSY / SES lectures, folder 3 1981
Box 6 PSY / SES slides, folder 1 undated
Box 6 PSY / SES slides, folder 2 undated
Box 6 S.C. 210 lectures 1-7 undated
Box 6 S.C. 210 lectures 8-15 undated
Box 6 S.C. 210 laboratory experiments 1966
Box 6 SEC 745 lectures 1-5 1975
Box 6 SEC 745 lectures 6-12 undated
Box 6 SEC 745 lectures 13-15, additional guest lecturers 1969-1970
Box 6 SEC 745 graphs and slides undated
Box 6 SEC 745 exams undated
Box 6 SEC 745 laboratory exercises 1969 (2 folders)
Box 6 SES 865 lecture 1976-1981 (3 folders)
Box 6 SES 865 lecture slides undated (2 folders)
Box 6 SES 865 reading material and reference list 1971-1990
Box 6 SES 865 exams 1973-1978
Box 6 SES 865 course evaluations 1990
Box 33 Psychology 231, Vision and Hearing Seminar (Harvard University) 1953
Box 33 Electronics for Psychologists I and II (Harvard University) 1955
Box 33 Electronics course (Harvard University) 1955-1956
Box 33 Special Education 161 1958
Box 33 Special Education 161, exams 1958
Box 33 Seminar in Psycho-Physiology of Hearing 1958
Box 33 Some problems in the measurement of hearing, American Speech and Hearing Association 1958
Box 33 Special Education 260 1958-1959
Box 33 Electrical Engineering 396: Acoustics 1961-1962
Box 33 Relation of adaptation to fatigue, masking and recruitment 1960
Box 33 Mechanisms of end organ function in hearing 1961
Box 33 Some temporal effects in audition 1962
Box 33 Electrical Engineering 190: Acoustics 1962
Box 34 Electrical Engineering 396: Acoustics January-May 1962 (2 folders)
Box 34 Electrical Engineering 190 - Electro-acoustics 1962-1963
Box 34 Electrical Engineering seminar - Aspects of Psychophysics and Physiological Psychology 1963
Box 34 Electrical Engineering, talk to seniors - Aspects of Research in Hearing 1963
Box 34 ASHA lecture - Bone Conduction, its measurement and diagnostic significance 1963
Box 34 List of slides available for lecture ca. 1963
Box 34 Electrical Engineering Senior Seminar - Engineering Analysis of Sensory Processes 1964
Box 34 Mechanical Engineering Senior Seminar - Mechanics of the Ear ca. 1964
Box 34 Electrical Engineering 190 - Introduction to Acoustics 1963-1964
Bioacoustic Laboratory reports
Box 6 Reports November 1957-December 1960 (3 folders)
Box 21 Office of Naval Research: An Investigation of Certain Means of Sound Attenuation at the Ear 1958-1960 1961
Laboratory of Sensory Communication reports
Box 6 Reports - general 1963
Box 6 LSC-1 May 1964-November 1964
Box 6 LSC-2 November 1964-May 1965
Box 7 LSC-S-2 December 1964
Box 7 Reports - general January 1965
Box 7 LSC-3 May 1965-Novmeber 1965
Box 7 LSC-4 November 1965-May 1966
Box 7 LSC-5 May 1966-November 1966
Box 7 LSC-S-3 August 1966
Box 7 LSC-6 November 1966-May 1967
Box 7 LSC-7 May 1967-November 1967
Box 7 LSC-8 November 1967-May 1968
Box 7 LSC-9 May 1968-November 1968
Box 7 LSC-10 November 1968-May 1969
Box 7 LSC-S-5 February 1969
Box 7 LSC-11 May 1969-November 1969
Box 7 LSC-12 November 1969-May 1970
Box 7 LSC-13 May 1970-November 1971
Box 7 LSC-S-7 September 1970
Box 7 LSC-S-8 November 1970
Box 7 LSC-14 November 1970-May 1971
Box 7 Reports - general January 25, 1971
Box 7 LSC-S-9 April 1971
Box 7 LSC-15 May 1971-November 1971
Box 7 LSC-16 November 1971-May 1972
Box 7 LSC-17 May 1972-November 1972
Box 7 LSC-18 November 1972-May 1973
Box 7 Reports - general May 1973-November 1973
Box 7 LSC-S-10 February 1973
Box 7 LSC-S-11 August 1973
Box 7 LSC-S-12 September 1973
Institute for Sensory Research reports
Box 7 ISR-20 November 1973-February 1975
Box 7 ISR-S-13 April 1976
Box 7 ISR-S-14 June 1976
Box 7 ISR-S-15 November 1977
Box 7 ISR-S-16 December 1977
Box 7 ISR-S-17 June 1978
Box 7 ISR-S-18 December 1979
Box 7 ISR-S-20 April 1981
Box 7 ISR-S-21 April 1983
Box 7 ISR-S-22 September 1983
Box 7 ISR-S-23 November 1983
Box 7 ISR-S-25 December 1987
Box 7 ISR-S-27 July 1990
Box 7 ISR-S-28 April 1993
Box 21 ISR-S-29 November 1993
Box 7 ISR-S-31 November 1994
Box 21 ISR-S-32 December 1994
Box 7 ISR-S-33 June 1995
Box 7 ISR-S-34 July 1995
American National Standard Institute certificates
Box 8 Certificates 1922-2010 (2 folders)
Awards correspondence
Box 8 Correspondence 1959-2004 (2 folders)
Publications
Box 8 Publications - general 1944-2009 (15 folders)
Box 16 A Power Function for Sensory Receptors – Sensation and Measurement, Moskowitz, Sharf and Stevens, eds. 1974
Box 16 The Acoustics and Mechanics of the Ear – International Congress on Acoustics 1976
Box 16 Active Cochlear Feedback - Mechanics and Biophysics of Hearing, Dallos et al 1990
Box 16 Analysis of Some Auditory Characteristics – Handbook of Mathematical Psychology, vol. III 1965
Box 16 Analysis of the Middle-Ear Function – Physiological Acoustics, Tonndorf 1981
Box 16 Changes in Cochlear Frequency Selectivity Produced by Tectorial-Membrane Manipulation - Auditory Frequency and Selectivity, Moore and Patterson 1986
Box 16 The Cochlea is an Automatic Gain Control System After All – Diversity in Auditory Mechanics, Lewis et al 1997
Box 16 Cochlear Waves – Physiology of The Auditory System, Sachs 1971
Box 16 Elastic Properties of the Tectorial Membrane in Vivo – Auditory Pathway, Syka and Masterton 1988
Box 16 Further Indirect Evidence for Interaction Between Cochlear Inner and Outer Hair Cells – Psychophysics and Physiology of Hearing, Evans and Wilson 1977
Box 16 Micromechanics of the Cochlea and Possible Changes Caused by Intense Noise – New Perspectives on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss 1982
Box 16 Natural Measurement – Ratio Scaling of Psychological Magnitude, Bolanowski and Gescheider, eds. 1991
Box 16 Neuro-mechanical Frequency analysis on the cochlea – Facts and Models in Hearing, Zwicker and Terhardt 1974
Box 16 On the Neural Code for Loudness and Its Cochlear Correlates – Advances in Hearing Research, Manley et al 1995
Box 16 Phase Reversal in OHC Response at High Sound Intensities – Cochlear Mechanisms, Wilson and Kemp 1988
Box 16 Preface to Reprint Edition - Experiments in Hearing, Von Békésy 1960
Box 16 Proceedings in honor of retirement - Sensory Research Multimodal Perspectives, Verrillo, ed. 1993
Box 16 The Role of the External and Middle Ear in Sound Transmission – The Nervous System, Tower 1975
Box 16 Theory of Cochlear Mechanics – Hearing Research, Elsevier 1980
Box 16 Two Possible Mechanisms or the Second Cochlear Filter – Psychophysical, Physiological and Behavioural Studies in Hearing 1980
Box 17 The Nature of Auditory Stimuli and Their Attenuation – Symposium on Physiological Psychology, Office of Naval Research 1955
Box 17 Acoustics of the Middle Ear – Middle Ear Function Seminar, US Army Medical Research and Development Command 1963
Box 17 The Pure-Tone, Speech and Impulse-Noise Attenuating Properties of Selectone-K and V51R Ear Plugs – Medical Research Council, Royal Naval Personnel Research Committee 1965
Box 17 Are nonlinearities observed in firing rates of auditory-nerve afferents reflections of a nonlinear coupling between the tectorial membrane and the organ of Corti? – Cellular Mechanisms in Hearing 1986
Box 17 Cochlear Function: An Analysis – Acta Oto-Laryngologica 1971
Box 17 Cochlear Precursors of Neural Pitch and Loudness Codes – International Cochlear Implant, Speech and Hearing Symposium 1994
Box 17 Central Masking and Auditory Frequency Selectivity – Frequency Analysis and Periodicity Detection in Hearing 1970
Box 17 Masking: Experimental and Theoretical Aspects of Simultaneous, Forward, Backward, and Central Masking – Handbook of Perception 1978
Box 17 In Search of Physiological Correlates of Psychoacoustic Characteristics – Basic Mechanisms in Hearing 1973
Box 17 Psychophysical Evidence for a Triplex System of Cutaneous Mechanoreception – Sensory Processes 1979
Box 17 Le pont acoustique de Zwislocki (p. 42) – Les Mesures d’Impedance en Audiometerie 1979
Box 17 What basilar-membrane tuning says about cochlear micromechanics – Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1981
Box 17 What is the Response Phase of Cochlear Inner Hair Cells? - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1983
Box 17 Stapedius: Elements of Temporal Effects of Short Duration - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1984
Box 17 Static Mechanical Properties of the Tectorial Membrane In Vivo - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1987
Box 17 Tectorial-Membrane Stiffness and Hair-Cell Stimulation - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1988
Box 17 Stiffness Measurements of the Tectorial Membrane In Vivo - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1989
Box 17 Ionic Coupling Among Cells of Organ Corti - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1990
Box 17 Hair-cell Transfer Functions vs. Turning Curves, and the Place Code for Pitch - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1991
Box 17 Hair Cell Magnitude and Phase Transfer Functions: Effects of Overstimulation and Their Correlation with Loudness Functions - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1992
Box 17 The Peak Shift of Cochlear Hair Cell Transfer Functions and a Study of its Origins - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1993
Box 17 Congruence Between Auditory Nerve and Inner Hair Cell Input/Output Functions - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1993
Box 17 Inferred Enhancement of OHC Responses Following Sound Exposure in the Mongolian Gerbil Cochlea - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 1995
Box 17 Structurally and Functionally Correct Cochlear Feedback Model - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 2002
Box 17 Norma Slepecky and Her Scientific Career - Association for Research in Otolaryngology 2003
Box 18 Auditory Sound Transmission: An Autobiographical Perspective 2002
Box 18 Sensory Neuroscience: Four Laws of Psychophysics 2009
Box 18 Sensory Neuroscience: Four Laws of Psychophysics, copyright permissions 2008
Box 18 Sensory Neuroscience: Four Laws of Psychophysics, correspondence 2007-2012
Box 18 Sensory Neuroscience: Four Laws of Psychophysics, publisher’s correspondence 2007-2009
Box 41 The Acoustic Impedance of the Ear 1964
Box 41 Theorie Der Schneckenmechanik: Qualitative und Quantitative Analyse 1948
Box 41 Uber die mechanische Klanganalyse des Ohrs 1946
Box 41 Analysis of Some Auditory Characteristics undated
Box 19 Articles, Theorie der Schneckenmechanik 1948
Box 19 Articles 1945-1973 (28 folders)
Box 20 Articles 1974-1999, undated (28 folders)
Publicity and memorabilia
Box 8 General 1955-2014, undated (11 folders)
Box 8 Ignacy Moscicki 2014
Box 9 Poster 1995
Photographs
Box 9 Jozef Zwislocki, Dr. h.c. awarded by Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland 1991
Box 9 Miscellaneous photographs Undated
Box 9 National Academy of Science Election, Chancellor Egger's party June 8, 1990
Science and research files
Box 10 Correspondence 1945-1950 (4 folders)
Box 10 Correspondence, R.T. Verrillo 1962
Box 10 Correspondence, Bioacoustic Laboratory 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, Harvey Alan Brill 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, European Trip - H.N. Wright 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, Alan S. Feldman 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, NIH Grant - H.N. Wright 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, R.T. Verrillo 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, H.N. Wright 1963
Box 10 Correspondence, Robert Gardinier 1972
Box 10 Correspondence, Laboratory of Sensory Communications 1972
Box 10 Correspondence, Institute for Sensory Research 1989
Box 36 Correspondence 1968-1986 undated (5 folders)
Box 36 Correspondence, ARO meeting 1977-1978
Box 37 Correspondence 1985-1999 (5 folders)
Box 38 Correspondence, American Otological Society (AOS) 1945-2012
Box 38 Correspondence, Acoustical Society of America (ASA) 1990-1994 (4 folders)
Box 38 Correspondence, Acoustical Society of America (ASA), special session in celebration of Zwislocki’s work 2003
Box 38 Correspondence, Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO), award of merit 1988
Box 38 Correspondence, Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) 1990-2009 (2 folders)
Box 38 Correspondence, Computer Model of Cochlea computer program manual 2011
Box 38 Archive for the Computer Model of Cochlea Computer Program 2012
Box 38 Syracuse Engineer, v. 5, “Researcher’s Discoveries Spawn Upstate New York Company” Spring 2009
Box 39 Research materials and drafts of Sensory Neuroscience: Four Laws of Psychophysics Undated
Honors and awards
Box 11 Elected to the Society of the Sigma Xi, certificate 1952
Box 11 Elected Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America, certificate 1954
Box 11 Elected Fellow of The American Speech and Hearing Association, certificate Undated
Box 11 Elected Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, certificate 1964
Box 11 Professeur de Clinique O.R.L. a la Faculté de Médecine de Paris, medal 1970-1982
Box 11 Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award 1973
Box 11 Elected Active Member of the New York Academy of Sciences, certificate 1977
Box 11 International Centro Ricerche e Studi Amplifon Prize, Milan, Italy; plaque 1976
Box 11 Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award 1984
Box 11 Acoustical Society of America von Békésy Medal, program 1985
Box 11 First Békésy Medal, Acoustical Society of America 1985
Box 11 Award of Merit, Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO), 1988; golden labyrinth and certificate 1988
Box 11 Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, Syracuse University 1988
Box 11 Chairman of Acoustical Society Meeting in Syracuse, NY 1989
Box 11 Election to National Academy of Sciences 1990
Box 11 Dr. h. c. Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland 1991
Box 11 Kwiek Medal of Acoustics Institute, Adam Mickiewicz University 1991
Box 11 Medal of Medical Academy, Poznan, Poland 1991
Box 11 Medal of Acoustical Society of Gdansk, Poland 1991
Box 11 First Hugh Knowles Prize 1992
Box 11 Carhart Memorial Lecture, American Auditory Society 1992
Box 11 Election to Polish Academy of Sciences 1997
Box 11 Dr. h. c. Syracuse University 2004
Box 11 Richard C. Heyser Memorial Lecture, Audio Engineering Society 2005
Box 11 Legend of Auditory Science, American Academy of Audiology 2006
Box 11 Life Achievement Award, American Auditory, figurine 2007
Box 11 Acoustical Society of America, gold certificate 2000
Box 11 Department of Bioengineering undated
Box 11 Elected to the American Otological Society 1984
Box 15 Chancellor's Citation for Exceptional Academic Achievement April 2, 1980
Box 11 Pole of the Year Certificate and Award from the Polish Scholarship Fund June 21, 2014
Box 41 Acoustical Society of America Von Békésy Award 1985
Box 41 Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award 1973
Instrumentation
Box 12 Acoustic high-impedance tubes for measurement of acoustic impedance at tympanic membrane undated
Box 12 Zwislocki acoustic bridge, advanced laboratory model undated
Box 12 Zwislocki "earlike coupler" for earphone calibration undated
Box 12 Zwislocki "earlike coupler" in KEMAR undated
Box 12 Zwislocki coupler (occluded ear part; American Standard) undated
Box 12 String instrument (string removed) for measurement of small forces (e.g. associated with micropipette bending) undated
Box 12 Motorized micro-drill with heated drill tip for making holes in cochlear capsule along cochlear turns undated
Box 13 Zwislocki acoustic bridge, modification of Schuster bridge, for measurement of acoustic impedance at tympanic membrane: first laboratory model Undated
Box 13 Zwislocki acoustic bridge in industrial production Undated
Box 13 Single-read model of cochlear partition for vibration-mode demonstration Undated
Hearing protectors
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), U.S Patent 5,824,967; early laboratory model 1997
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), advanced laboratory model Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), commercially produced by SensGard in Rochester, NY Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), large size commercial model Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), camouflaged model for military and hunting use Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), with earphones, laboratory model Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), with earphones produced commercially by SensGard Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), large size of commercially produced model with earphones Undated
Box 14 Zwislocki Ear Muffleres (ZEM), advertising material Undated
Box 40 Protectors, models demonstrating development of Resonator Earplugs Undated
Patent files
Box 8 General 1946-1997
Patent development files
Box 21 Correspondence regarding audiometer 1947-1955 (2 folders)
Box 21 Correspondence with Amplivox regarding audiometer 1947-1951
Box 21 Ear protection, Swiss patent 1948
Box 21 Electroacoustic transducers, Swiss patent 1948
Box 21 Patents - England, Italy 1948-1950
Box 22 Laboratory at Basel, Switzerland, anechoic chamber 1952
Box 22 Audiometer 1953
Box 22 Bausch & Lomb 1961-1962
Box 22 Ear cushion developed at Harvard University 1954
Box 22 Patent, ear muffler 1998
Box 22 Patent, ear muffs 1952
Box 22 Ear plug developed to selectively dampen explosive noises, adopted by Swiss and German Armies (post-WWII), recreated in USA by DBN 1951
Box 22 Patent, ear plug improvements 1959
Box 22 Patent, Feldman project 1959-1961
Box 22 Patent, improvement of hearing aids 1958
Box 22 Patent, Maico Ear Defenders 1950s
Box 22 Journal of inventions 1953
Box 22 Polish news article 1950
Box 22 Patents, miscellaneous 1957-1959 1964 1965
Box 22 Patents, Selectone Ear Protector 1948-1951
Box 22 Patents, Switzerland 1946 1948
Box 22 Patents, Wall Sound Absorber, unpublished ca. 1966
Box 22 Patent, Zwislocki Acoustic Bridge 1966
Writings
Box 15 Poster Materials, Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) 2002
Box 9 Various German-language publications 1945-1952
Box 23 Course of Audiometric Testing 1950
Box 23 Eine verbesserte Vertäubungsmethode für Audiometerie 1951
Box 23 Audiometrische Knochenleitungsuntersuchungen 1951
Box 23 Ueber die Verwendung von Hoerschutzgeraeten in der Industrie 1952
Box 23 Handbook of Noise Control 1957
Box 23 International Conference on Noise Control 1957
Box 23 Lectures for Otologists 1957
Box 23 Psycho-acoustics as a Scientific Discipline 1957
Box 23 Ear Protection, effectiveness vs. comfort 1957
Box 23 Effect of Practice and Motivation on Threshold of Audibility 1957
Box 23 On the Propagation Velocity of Sound in the Human Skull 1957
Box 23 Theory of Temporal Auditory Integration 1958
Box 23 Analysis of Frequency Characteristic of Ear below 1000 cps 1958
Box 23 On Some Post-stimulatory Effects at the Threshold of Audibility 1958
Box 23 Transmission and Analysis of Sound in the Human Ear 1958
Box 23 Application of Audiological Research to Clinics 1958
Box 23 On the Measurement of Bone Conduction 1959
Box 23 Directions for Audiometer Undated
Box 23 On the Psycho-physical Law 1960
Box 23 Temporal Auditory Summation 1962
Box 23 Temporal Auditory Summation Undated
Box 23 Some Measurements of the post of the Eardrum Undated
Box 23 Resonator Earplug, original drawings 1960
Box 23 Acoustic Resonator for Sound Attenuation at the Ear 1960
Box 23 On Temporal Auditory Summation 1960
Box 23 An Analysis of the Threshold of Audibility 1961
Box 23 On the Problem of Masking in Bone Conduction Testing 1961
Box 24 Acoustics of the Middle Ear 1962
Box 24 Seminar on Middle Ear Function 1962
Box 24 Some Aspects of Research in Sensory Communication 1964
Box 24 Diagnostic Measurements with the Acoustic Bridge 1964
Box 24 Audiology workshop 1965
Box 24 Medical Audiology workshop 1965
Box 24 Some Parameters of Contralateral Masking 1965
Box 24 Three Time Parameters of Central Masking 1965
Box 24 Time and Frequency Parameters of Central Masking 1965
Box 24 Possible Mechanism of Synchronized Unit Responses in the Auditory System ca. 1965
Box 24 Effect of the Acoustic Reflex on the Impedance at the Eardrum, Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, vol. 8 no. 3 September 1965
Box 24 Central Masking: On Time and Intensity Interaction 1966
Box 24 Loudness as a Function of Sound Intensity and Duration 1966
Box 24 Central Masking: Some Steady-State and Transient Effects 1966
Box 24 Sensation Level vs. Sound Pressure Level 1966
Box 24 Audition 1966
Box 24 Medical Audiology workshop 1966
Box 24 Otolaryngology Lectures 1966
Box 24 Some Psychological and Physiological Effects of Acoustic Noise 1966
Box 24 Biosystems Lectures 1966
Box 24 Medical Sophomore Lectures 1966
Box 24 Conversion of Physical Variables to Biological Signals 1966
Box 24 Masking in Audiometry: An Improved Method, Translations of the Beltone Institute for Hearing Research, no. 19 April 1966
Box 24 On Central Masking and a Time Constant of the Auditory System 1967
Box 24 Loudness Determination at Low Sound Frequencies 1967
Box 24 Comparison between Psychophysical and Neurophysiological Results 1968
Box 24 Sound Analysis by the Human Ear 1968
Box 24 Central Auditory Masking 1968
Box 24 Acoustics of the Ear 1968
Box 24 Vibrotactile Information Transfer 1968
Box 24 Frequency Distribution of Central Masking 1968
Box 24 Frequency Analysis in Hearing 1968
Box 24 On Acoustic Research and its Clinical Application, ACTA OTO-Laryngologica 65 1968
Box 24 Compression and Filtering in the Auditory System 1969
Box 24 Central Auditory Masking Seminar 1969
Box 24 ENT Lectures 1969
Box 24 Acoustic Impedance of Pathological Ears, Laboratory of Sensory Communication February 1969
Box 25 Signal Detection Theory and Psychophysics 1969
Box 25 Intensity Characteristics of Sensory Receptors 1969
Box 25 Central Masking and Auditory Frequency Selectivity 1969
Box 25 Central Masking and Neural Activity in the Cochlear Nucleus 1970
Box 25 Temporal Decay of Central Masking 1970
Box 25 Theory of Central Auditory Masking and its Partial Validation 1970
Box 25 Foundations of Modern Auditory Theory 1970
Box 25 Mathematical and Network Models of the Auditory System 1970
Box 25 Mechanism of the Ear – How to Take it Apart and Put it Back Together 1970
Box 25 Psychophysiological Correlates in Hearing 1970
Box 25 ENT Research Seminar 1971
Box 25 Central Masking and its Possible Neural Correlates 1971
Box 25 Cochlear Waves: script for film 1970-1971
Box 25 Cochlear Waves: Their Analysis and Simulation on a Transmission Line 1971
Box 25 An Ear-Like Coupler for Earphone Calibration, Laboratory for Sensory Communication April 1971
Box 25 Linear Relationship between Psychoacoustic Phenomenon and Responses of Single Units in Auditory Nerve 1972
Box 25 Units in Auditory Nerve 1972
Box 25 Advances Colloquium on Hearing 1972
Box 25 In Search of Physiological Correlates of Psychoacoustic Characteristics 1972
Box 25 Georg von Békésy: 1899-1972 1972
Box 25 Sensory Processes, review 1972
Box 25 Handbook of Perception, chapter 9-Auditory Masking 1972
Box 25 Handbook of Perception, chapter 8-notes and calculations 1972
Box 25 Sound Pressure Distribution in the Outer Ear, Scandinavian Audiology, vol. 1, no. 4 November 1972
Box 25 Evidence for Phase Opposition Between Inner and Outer Hair Cells 1973
Box 25 Phase Opposition Between Inner and Outer Hair Cells 1973
Box 25 Velocity and Displacement Responses in Auditory-Nerve Fibers 1973
Box 25 Significance of S.S. Stevens’s Contribution to Science 1973
Box 25 Cochlear Waves: Interaction Between Theory and Experiments 1973
Box 25 On the Critical Band in the Acoustic Stapedius Reflex 1973
Box 25 On Intensity Characteristics of Sensory Receptors: Generalized Function 1973
Box 25 Sound Transmission in the Guinea Pig Ear 1973
Box 25 Neural Codes for Pitch and Loudness 1973
Box 25 Possible Neuro-Mechanical Sound Analysis in the Cochlea 1973
Box 26 Power Function for Sensory Receptors 1974
Box 26 Neuro-mechanical Frequency Analysis in the Cochlea 1974
Box 26 Foundations of Modern Auditory Theory, vol. II – review 1974
Box 26 Two Classes of Abnormal Responses Recorded from Auditory Nerve Fibers of Kanamycin-Treated Gerbils 1974
Box 26 The Auditory Periphery: Biophysics and Physiology - review 1974
Box 26 Phase Opposition between Inner and Outer Hair Cells and Auditory Sound Analysis 1974
Box 26 Writings: Introduction to the Round Table Conference on Cochlear Function (Békésy Roundtable) 1974
Box 26 Middle Ear Transfer Function of the Anesthetized Mongolian Gerbil 1974
Box 26 Low Level Response Phases of Auditory Nerve Fibers 1974
Box 26 Model of Neuro-mechanical Sound Filtering in the Cochlea 1974
Box 26 Short-Term Adaptation and Incremental Responses of Single Auditory Nerve Fibers 1974
Box 26 Seminar on Biological Sensory Systems (IBM seminar) 1975
Box 26 Neuro-mechanical Sound Analysis on the Inner Ear 1975
Box 26 Loudness Function as Reflected in the Stapedius-Muscle Reflex 1975
Box 26 Travel time in the Guinea Pig Cochlea: Another Look 1975
Box 26 On Sensory Impressions and Underlying Neural Codes 1975
Box 26 Neuro-mechanical Sound Analysis in the Cochlea 1976
Box 26 Comparison of Sound-Transmission and Cochlear-Microphonic Characteristics in Mongolian Gerbil and Guinea Pig (Schmiedt doctoral dissertation) 1976
Box 26 Intensity Characteristics of Auditory-Nerve Fibers 1976
Box 26 Inferred Response Polarities of Cochlear Hair Cells 1976
Box 26 Further Indirect Evidence for Interaction Between Cochlear Inner and Outer Hair Cells 1977
Box 26 Symposium on Psychophysics and Physiology of Hearing 1977
Box 26 Tectorial Membrane Effect 1978
Box 26 Tectorial Membrane: Possible Effect on Frequency Analysis in the Cochlea 1978
Box 26 Responses of Single (Afferent) Fibers Innervating Abnormal Cochleas 1978
Box 26 Tectorial Membrane – A Possible Sharpening Effect on the Frequency Analysis in the Cochlea 1978
Box 26 Low-Frequency Neural and Cochlear-Microphonic Tuning Curves in the Gerbil 1978
Box 26 An Ear Simulator for Acoustic Measurements – Rationale, Principles and Limitations 1979
Box 27 CM Tuning can be Compatible with Sharply Tuned Receptor Potentials 1979
Box 27 Micromechanics in the Theory of Cochlear Mechanics 1979
Box 27 Theory of Cochlear Mechanics 1979
Box 27 Five Decades of Research on Cochlear Mechanics 1979
Box 27 Symposium on Cochlear Mechanics 1979
Box 27 Cochler-Microphonic versus Hair-Cell Tuning 1979
Box 27 Tectorial Membrane may Sharpen the Cochlear Frequency Selectivity 1979
Box 27 Absolute Scaling 1979
Box 27 An Absolute Coupling between Psychological Magnitudes of Number and Loudness 1979
Box 27 Discharge Rates of Auditory-Nerve Fibers in Gerbils with Damaged Cochleas, A Two-Tone Summation Effect 1979
Box 27 Single-tone and Two-tone Responses of Cochlear-nerve Fibers, Changes after Kanamycin and Noise Treatments 1979
Box 27 Psychologists Can Measure Your Subjective Impressions 1979
Box 27 The Measurement of Sensations 1979
Box 27 Quantification of Some Manifestations of Consciousness 1979
Box 27 Hair-Cell Modeling notes 1980s
Box 27 How to Measure Human Feelings and Subjective Impressions 1980
Box 27 Normal Function of the Middle Ear and its Measurement 1980
Box 27 Two Possible Mechanisms for the Second Cochlear Filter 1980
Box 27 Micromechanics of the Cochlear and Possible Changes Caused by Intense Noise - text 1980
Box 27 Micromechanics of the Cochlear and Possible Changes Caused by Intense Noise - figures 1980
Box 27 Middle Ear, Cochlea and Tonndorf 1980
Box 28 What Basilar-Membrane Tuning Says about Cochlear Micromechanics 1981
Box 28 Cochlear Tuning May Reflect Tectorial-membrane Resonance 1981
Box 28 Some Possible Relations between Cochlear Neural Responses and Mechanical Parameters of the Organ of Corti 1981
Box 28 Some Current Concepts of Cochlear Mechanics 1981
Box 28 Mechanism of the Sharp Vibration without Wave Reflection in the Cochlea 1982
Box 28 Response Phases of IHCs and Cochlear-Nerve Afferents – An Apparent Paradox 1982
Box 28 Absolute Magnitude Estimation for Evaluation of Environmental Noise 1983
Box 28 Cochlear Micromechanics, a Model and Some of its Consequences 1983
Box 28 Cochlear Biomechanics lecture 1983
Box 28 Sound Analysis by the Ear lecture 1983
Box 28 Pathological Sensitivity Enhancement in the Tails of Cochlear Neural Tuning Curves 1983
Box 28 Stapedius Reflex, on some Fundamental Temporal Characteristics 1983
Box 28 How OHC Lesions can Lead to Neural Cochlear Hypersensitivity 1983
Box 28 Sharp Vibration Maximum in the Cochlea Without Wave Reflection ca. 1983
Box 28 Round Table on Cochlear Processes-Introduction 1984
Box 28 Cochlear Function, an Analysis 1984
Box 28 Stapedius Reflex , Elements of Temporal Effects of Short Duration 1984
Box 28 Central Reflection of Peripheral Auditory Processes 1984
Box 28 Relation of JND’s in Sound Intensity to Loudness 1985
Box 28 Are Nonlinearities Observed in Firing Rates of Auditory-Nerve Afferents Reflections of a Nonlinear Coupling Between the Tectorial Membrane and the Organ of Corti Undated
Box 28 Changes in Cochlear Frequency Selectivity Produced by Tectorial-membrane Manipulation 1986
Box 28 Mechanoelectrical Transduction and Frequency Tuning 1986
Box 28 Forward and Backward Cochlear Waves 1986
Box 29 Elastic Properties of the Tectorial Membrane in Vivo 1987
Box 29 Tectorial Membrane I, Static Mechanical Properties in Vivo 1987
Box 29 Mechanical Properties of the Tectorial Membrane in Situ 1987
Box 29 ARO News, Special Edition, page 10 1987
Box 29 Static Mechanical Properties of the Tectorial Membrane in Vivo 1987
Box 29 Stiffness of the Tectorial Membrane in Live Mongolian Gerbils 1987
Box 29 Phase Reversal in OHC Response at High Sound Intensities 1988
Box 29 Perturbation of Cochlear Microphonics by an Intracellular Electrode in the Organ of Corti, 1988
Box 29 Introduction - Hair Cells as Integral Parts of Cochlear Mechanics 1988
Box 29 Intensity Discrimination at Three Frequencies by Means of Pulsed- and Continuous-tone Paradigms 1988
Box 29 Tectorial-membrane Stiffness and Hair Cell Stimulation 1988
Box 29 Stiffness Measurements of the Tectorial Membrane in Vivo 1988
Box 29 The Acoustics and Mechanics of the Ear 1989
Box 29 Tonndorf Obituary for Journal of Acoustical Society of America 1989
Box 29 Tectorial Membrane II, Stiffness Measurements in Vivo 1989
Box 29 Measurement of Sensations 1990
Box 29 What is the Cochlear Place Code for Pitch? 1990
Box 29 Ionic Coupling Among Cells of Organ of Corti 1990
Box 29 A Letter to Jan Wersäll on his 60th Anniversary 1990
Box 29 Active Cochlear Feedback – Structure and Response Phase 1990
Box 29 Nonlinear Sound Processing in the Mammalian Inner Ear (Cochlear) 1991
Box 29 Cochlear Processes 1991
Box 29 Between Science and Poland – presentation of Honoris Causa Doctorate 1991
Box 29 Hair Cell Transfer Functions vs. Tuning Curves, and the Place Code for Pitch 1991
Box 29 Perturbation of Cochlear Microphonics by an Intracellular Electrode in the Organ of Corti, 1991
Box 29 What is the Cochlear Place Code for Pitch? 1991
Box 29 National Academy of Sciences meeting 1991
Box 29 Ionic Coupling among Cells in the Organ of Corti 1991
Box 29 Ionic Coupling among Cells in the Organ of Corti, post facto correspondence 1991
Box 30 Hugh Knowles Prize and Lecture 1992
Box 30 Concepts of Cochlear Function: Something Old and Something New, Carhart Memorial Lecture 1992
Box 30 Cochlear Noise Damage, Empirical Evidence for the Origin of the “Half-octave” shift 1992
Box 30 On the Role of the Tectorial Membrane and the Stimulation of the Outer Hair Cells 1992
Box 30 Cell Magnitude and Phase Transfer Functions, Effects of Overstimulation and their Correlation with Loudness Functions 1992
Box 30 Output Nonlinearities of Cochlear Hair Cells can Account for the Diversity of Rate-Intensity Functions of Mammalian Auditory-Nerve Afferents 1992
Box 30 What are the Origins of Neural Codes for Auditory Pitch and Loudness – SU Biophysics Honors Lecture 1993
Box 30 Intracellular Transfer Functions in the Apical Cochlear Turn – Implications for the Pitch Code 1993
Box 30 Direct Evidence for Automatic Gain Control in the Cochlea 1993
Box 30 Congruence between Auditory-Nerve and Inner Hair Cell Input/Output Functions 1993
Box 30 Hot Topics in Physiological Acoustics – the Adaptive Cochlea 1993
Box 30 Peak Shift of Cochlear Hair Cell Transfer Functions and a Study of its Origins 1993
Box 30 Enhancement of Cochlear Signal Cell and CM Responses After Exposure to an Intense Tone or Noise 1993
Box 30 Natural Measurement lecture 1994
Box 30 Neural Codes for Auditory Pitch and Loudness – Are We on the Verge of a Conceptual Revolution? 1994
Box 30 Stimulation of Hair Cells – Current Concepts 1994
Box 30 Cochlear Precursors of Neural Pitch and Loudness Codes 1994
Box 30 H. Davis’s Concepts of Cochlear Mechanics in Evolution 1994
Box 30 Level Dependence of AC and DC Magnitude Transfer Functions in the Cochlear – Implications for Intensity and Frequency Coding 1994
Box 30 On the Neural Code for Loudness and its Cochlear Correlates 1994
Box 30 Inferred Enhancement of OHC Responses Following Sound Exposure in the Mongolian Gerbil Cochlea 1994
Box 30 Opening, International Center for Treatment of Hearing Disorders, Warsaw 1995
Box 30 Lecture, International Center for Treatment of Hearing Disorders, Warsaw 1995
Box 30 Automatic Gain Control in the Cochlea of the Inner Ear 1995
Box 30 Gain Adaption in the Cochlea 1996
Box 30 The Cochlea is an Automatic Gain Control System After All 1996
Box 30 Mechanics of Hair-Cell Stimulation in the Cochlea, Bioengineering Seminar 1997-2003
Box 30 Inner Ear Biology Workshop, Italy 1997
Box 30 What is the Response Phase of Cochlear Hair Cells 1997
Box 30 Remarks on the Early Career of Gerald A. Studebaker 1997
Box 30 Ear Protectors – Principles and Practice 1997
Box 30 Presidential Reception, ARO Midwinter Meeting 1997
Box 30 Place Code for Pitch – a Necessary Revision 1998
Box 30 Theory for Intensity JNDs and the Variability of Subjective Magnitude Matches ca. 1998
Box 30 Otology-Audiology Conference lecture 1998
Box 30 Study of Hair Cell Response Phase 1987
Box 30 Response Phases of Cochlear Hair Cells 1999
Box 30 Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences – articles 2001-2003
Box 30 Sound Transmission and Analysis in the Cochlear of the Inner Ear, Bioengineering Seminar, 2002
Box 30 Norma Slepecky and her Scientific Career 2003
Box 31 Loudness Level and Loudness as Functions of Tone Duration and Intensity 2004
Box 31 Your Sensations and Feelings Can Now be Measured, Honor Seminar, 2004 Knowles Prize 2004
Box 31 Sound Transmission and Analysis in the Ear – Recent Insights, Heyser Lecture 2005
Box 31 Procedure for the Computation of Loudness of Steady Sounds, ANSI S3.4 2005
Box 31 Origins and Evolution of Two Audiological Procedures 2006
Box 31 On the Place Code for Pitch – A Psychophysiological Paradox on the Classical Concept 2007
Box 31 Letter to the Editor – On the Elasticity of the Mammalian Tectorial Membrane 2007
Box 31 Lifetime Achievement Award, American Auditory Society 2007
Box 31 Acoustics of Normal and Pathological Ears Undated
Box 31 Acoustic Impedance and Admittance – the Measurement of Middle Ear Function Undated
Box 31 The Role of the External and Middle Ear in Sound Transmission Undated
Box 31 Poster Session - Neurofest 1992
Subject files
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, “Earphones in auditometry” article and correspondence 1998
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, Committee on Public Relations 1993-1997
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, Committee on Archives and History 1992-1996
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, Long Range Planning Committee 1983-1989 (2 folders)
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, miscellaneous 1996-1997
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, preface to Békésy publication 1988
Box 31 Acoustical Society of America, Zwislocki Coupler 1979
Box 31 News articles 1993
Box 32 International Society for Psychophysics, article 1994-1995 (2 folders)
Box 32 International Society for Psychophysics, Fechner Day 1997
Box 32 Conference on Ratio Scaling of Psychological Magnitudes 1997
Box 32 Hearing Research Journal, unpublished manuscript 1989
Box 32 Polish Academy of Sciences, election to 1997–2004
Box 32 Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, symposium committee 1998
Box 32 Microprecision Drill, includes correspondence, notes, drawing, patent files 1990-1991
Box 32 Zwislocki Coupler – Knowles literature, includes correspondence, drawings, notes, printed material 1971-1977
Institute for Sensory Research (ISR) administrative files
Box 34 Proposal for Graduate Program in Sensory Communication 1964
Box 34 Electrical Engineering-Biosystems degree announcement 1965
Box 34 Sensory Communication academic program announcements 1965
Box 34 ASHA Journal, Official Minutes – illustration inside front cover shows Zwislocki Acoustic Bridge 1965
Box 34 Conference with Dean Gailbraith, notes 1967
Box 34 Report to SU Corporate Advisory Council December 6, 1968
Box 34 University Avenue labs, correspondence and drawings 1969
Box 34 Administrative files: Institute for Sensory and Brain Research proposal 1969-1970
Box 35 Research funding 1972
Box 35 Funding and class size 1971-1972
Box 35 ISR Expansion 1974
Box 35 ISR Advisory Board 1975
Box 35 Prucha correspondence 1975-1989
Box 35 50th Anniversary of Acoustical Society journal cover 1979 - Inside mannequin head in image is Zwislocki artificial ear that became ANSI standard
Box 35 Weiss correspondence 1983
Box 35 ISR contributions to VP of Research search ca. 1983
Box 35 Zwislocki resignation letter 1983
Box 35 Engineering College correspondence 1983-1984
Box 35 Proposal for Graduate Program in Neuroscience 1983-1984
Box 35 Doctoral Program in Neuroscience 1984
Box 35 Presentation to Board of Trustees 1984
Box 35 Steven Chamberlain clippings 1984
Box 35 A World Center for Sensory Research report 1985
Box 35 Karen Hiiemae correspondence 1987
Box 35 New building 1988
Box 35 Baule lectures 1987-1993
Box 35 Relationship with Upstate Medical College 1990
Box 35 ISR curriculum 1990-1992
Box 35 Reorganization of University and ISR 1991-1992
Box 35 Steven Chamberlain correspondence 1992
Box 35 Zwislocki retirement 1992
Box 35 Facilitated communication 1993
Box 35 ISR Advisory Council 1983-1995
Box 35 ANSI Standard for Ear Simulator 1995
Box 35 Zwislocki, 40 years of service 1988
Box 35 Gerber tribute 1998
Box 35 Taking the Holistic Approach, The Scientist 2001
Box 35 Evan Relkin obituary 2002
Box 35 Graduate Convocation speech, Zwislocki 2004
Box 35 General administration correspondence 1990-2005
Box 35 ISR faculty list 1997
Box 35 General administration Undated
Box 35 Miscellaneous correspondence 1984-2008
Box 35 Zwislocki biographical material 2008
Box 35 Archives of Acoustics 2011
Box 35 Oral history interview transcript and agreement, American Institute of Physics 2008-2012
Box 36 Correspondence: Laboratory of Sensory Communication 1968-1975
Box 36 Correspondence 1976-2004, Undated (5 folders)
Box 5 IRB application Undated
Box 41 Director Resignation Letter 1983
Box 42 J. J. Zwislocki: Tape for the 25th Anniversary of Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) Undated VHS (ID#: sua_zwislocki_j_av_00001)

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