auditive


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au·di·tive

(aw'di-tiv),
An older term describing the personality of someone who recalls most readily that which has been heard.
Synonym(s): audile (3)

auditive

(ô′dĭ-tĭv)
adj.
Of or relating to hearing; auditory.

au·di·tive

(aw'di-tiv)
One who recalls most readily that which has been heard.
Synonym(s): audile (3) .
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Effet du mode de presentation sur la performance a un test d'analyse auditive. Unpublished manuscript, University of Moncton, Moncton, New-Brunswick, Canada.
The sensory reactions attested show a great deal of variation both in terms of the representational system used -- in the data there are visual, auditive and kinesthetic reactions -- and in the properties of these reactions -- there are a great number of colours, voices, bodily sensations, and emotions.
Tomatis suggests that each of us is equipped with an auditive diaphragm that preferentially selects vital levels of akoumena.
After having shed some light on the double modality in Beckett's earlier plays, I will point out the interdependence of the two structural layers and the necessary intertwining of auditive and visual perception as a precondition for the intended effect in three later plays.
Plus particulierement, la MBEMA contient trois sous-tests: celui de la melodie, du rythme et de la memoire auditive. Pour les sous-tests melodiques et rythmiques, la tache du participant consiste a juger si deux melodies entendues successivement sont similaires ou differentes en pointant une des deux images qui lui sont presentees.
Evaluation of central auditive processing in patients with Parkinson disease.
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In a revision of her 2012 PhD dissertation at the University of Copenhagen, Halvegaard explores two highly elaborate examples of audible revelations from the Nag Hammadi collection: the Thunder: Perfect Mind (NHC VI,2) and the Trimorphic Protennoia (NHC XIII,1), both of which describe goddesses descending in auditive terms as sound, voice, and word.
Les 400 etablissements specialises relevant du secteur ont accueilli, jusqu'a cette annee scolaire, plus de 21.000 enfants et adolescents presentant un handicap mental, sensoriel (deficiences visuelle et auditive) ou moteur, a-t-elle ajoute, precisant que quelque 5.317 encadreurs specialises (psychologues, educateurs, assistants sociaux) prennent en charge ces enfants dans ces etablissements.