Seashore test

Sea·shore test

(sē'shōr),
a test in which the subject must discriminate between two sounds; or in which the sense of pitch, intensity, rhythm, and other components of innate musical ability can be measured. See: Halstead-Reitan battery.

Seashore,

Carl Emil, U.S. psychologist, 1866-1949.
Seashore measures of musical talent tests - given to determine the components of musical aptitude.
Seashore test - a test in which the individual must discriminate between two sounds.