dichotic


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di·chot·ic

(dī-kot'ik),
1. Synonym(s): dichotomous
2. Simultaneous presentation of a different sound to each ear.

dichotic

(dī-kōt′ik) [Gr. dicha, in two + otic]
Pert. to a difference between the two ears, esp. in stimulus or perception.
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Assessment of central auditory dysfunction: The dichotic digit test revisited.
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.
While interesting and insightful, such a reading, in its stark division of oral and written, necessarily maintains a dichotic separation of the two that threatens to turn at any moment into a hierarchical construction.
Those who received information that no one in their group wanted to work with them were more likely to eat more snack foods, give up sooner on frustrating tasks, and have a harder time paying attention in dichotic listening tasks.
While it is generally assumed that right-handed PWnS, display a right-ear preference 75% of the time, indicating left hemisphere dominance, Curry and Gregory (1969), showed that only 45% of right-handed PWS exhibited a right-ear preference in dichotic listening exercises (Curry & Gregory, 1969, cited in Ingham, 2001:494).
Keywords: Orton, operant conditioning, language disorders, dichotic, temporal auditory, phonemic synthesis and discrimination, CAPD, ADHD, apraxia, dyslexia, autism; Dichonics
Psychopathy and perceptual asymmetry during verbal dichotic listening.
Functional differentiation in the human auditory and language areas revealed by a dichotic listening task.
A dichotic listening test was employed to determine ear advantage.
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.
A previous study of 36 American adults with a history of mild TBI found that when compared with the normative values, these individuals performed significantly worse on the Dichotic Word Listening Task [12].
Before and immediately after the inducement of anger they measured the heart rate and arterial tension, the levels of testosterone and cortisol, and the asymmetric activation of the brain (using the dichotic listening technique), the general state of mind and the subjective experience of the anger emotion.