auditory process

au·di·to·ry pro·cess

the roughened edge of the tympanic plate giving attachment to the cartilaginous portion of the external acoustic meatus.

au·di·to·ry pro·cess

(awdi-tōr-ē proses)
Roughened edge of tympanic plate giving attachment to cartilaginous portion of the external acoustic meatus.
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Cartwright of the Higher Council for Scientific Research in Granada, Spain, and his colleagues propose an alternative theory, in which pitch perception could occur earlier in the auditory process.
Twenty-three chapters are divided into six sections: auditory neuroscience; diagnostic fundamentals; evaluation of central auditory processes; differential diagnosis; case studies; and future directions.
Basic visual and auditory processes undoubtedly contribute to reading skill, remarks psychologist Marilyn J.