auditory feedback

auditory feedback

the unwanted sound that occurs in an amplification system when the microphone picks up the sound from the loudspeaker; a major problem in the use of hearing aids.

au·di·to·ry feed·back

(aw'di-tōr-ē fēd'bak)
The unwanted sound that occurs in an amplification system when the microphone picks up the sound from the speaker; a major problem in the use of hearing aids.
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VR regulates activity difficulty according to the patient's true abilities and potentialities and controls performance with visual and auditory feedback. Moreover, these systems potentiate the quality of rehabilitation sessions, as they provide the opportunity to propose playful activities, thus increasing motivation and involvement.
* Biofeedback augments pelvic floor muscle training by measuring and communicating vaginal muscle contraction strength by visual or auditory feedback.
Auditory feedback refers to the speech sounds received by the speaker's own auditory system during oral production and it is an important component of the mechanisms of speech movements control [9].
Further to this, when the individual engages in creating music, the immediate auditory feedback may also motivate repetitive engagement with the musical stimulus (La Gasse & Thaut, 2012).
A robot can not only provide real-time visual and auditory feedback, but also set up emotional and haptic feedback to exercise motion ability of ankle joints.
It challenged them to monitor subtle deviations between predicted and actual auditory feedback as they moved their fingertip through a virtual soundscape.
[12] showed the influence of the frequency content of auditory feedback on the perception of tactile roughness.
In this way, the subjects were provided with continuous auditory feedback and could explore their entire sphere of perception and action.
With the new tool, 42 participants were trained to reduce an auditory feedback corresponding to their amygdala activity using any mental strategies they found effective.
During your workout, Lumo Run sends auditory feedback on your form through your headphones, giving you advice on how to fix your posture.
A special device developed to treat stuttering, this product of the US-based Speecheasy provided by Health Mart entails an advanced technology that uses delayed auditory feedback and frequency altered feedback to emulate choral speech which can inhibit stuttering.
Other adjustable parameters include reaction speed, penalty for inattention or inappropriate switch activation, length of reinforcement, release (reinforcement upon switch hit or release), and auditory feedback as optional reinforcement.