dichotic listening


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dichotic listening

Receiving or simultaneously paying attention to two different auditory stimuli, one to each ear.
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The Staggered Spondaic Words (SSW) test [15], a measure of dichotic listening, presents 40 pairs of "spondaic" words, each "spondee" consisting of two complete one syllable words (e.
Dichotic listening test (DL): This test evaluates hemispheric processing and ear preference, taking into account variables such as attention, concentration or type of information to be processed (Gadea, Gomez, & Espert, 2000).
Within participants, we manipulated attention using dichotic listening (Broadbent, 1958) and shadowing (Cherry, 1953).
The iPhone app for dichotic listening is called iDichotic and was launched on the App Store in 2011, where it can be downloaded for free.
Keywords: Selective attention; Pre-attentive analysis; Attenuation; Dichotic listening.
Handedness and dichotic listening performance in patients with unipolar endogenous depression who received ECT.
After giving informed written consent, all 3 clients were evaluated by a dually qualified audiologist-speech pathologist on a battery including audiological (low redundancy, dichotic listening, and temporal processing) and nonaudiological (short-term auditory memory, language, and literacy screening) tests.
Reduced lateralization in verbal dichotic listening in adolescent psychopaths.
The present experiment differed from dichotic listening studies in one important way.
Nevertheless, their finding highlights the difficulty of assessing the awareness of non-selected words in dichotic listening studies.
Ipsilateral versus contralateral extinction in dichotic listening resulting from hemisphere lesions.
Wallin cites Todanubo Tsunoda's by now classic dichotic listening experiments, which show that Japanese subjects process Western music in the right hemisphere but Japanese traditional music in the left, whereas Westerners process both kinds of music in the right hemisphere.