Forty Familiar Sounds

Forty Familiar Sounds is a recording that is considered to be useful when testing the non-verbal or difficult to test. These forty sound effects are offered as attention-getting stimuli. Most of the sounds are familiar, while the remaining sounds, by their strange and/or unusual nature, were designed to attract attention. Some of the sounds are: trains, sirens, crowds, airplanes, motorcycles, horses, dog barking, breaking glass, guns, cuckoo clocks, gongs, chimes, etc.

Forty Familiar Sounds includes a) audio recording, and b) printed list. This product does not include instructions or normative data. It is assumed that purchasers of Auditec’s auditory recordings are well trained in their use, purpose, and interpretation. Call 1-800-669-9065 (from US) or 314-416-1050 (outside the US) to order. Available from Auditec, Inc. FREE shipping within the contiguous US.

Forty Familiar Sounds; Item 154; Price $60.50 USD + S&H*
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NOTE: Online ordering cannot be used for custom CDs. If you want this recording combined on a CD with other recordings, please email auditecinfo@auditec.com with your test selections along with your state or country instead of using the “Buy Now” button. You will receive a Paypal invoice for your custom order.

*INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Online ordering does not include shipping and handling charges. Please email auditecinfo@auditec.com with your test selections along with your state or country for an exact quote. If you use online ordering, you will be invoiced later for the shipping charges.

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