auditory memory

auditory memory

The ability to remember words and sounds; the ability to recall information which was received verbally.

auditory memory

The ability to remember words and sounds. See Memory.
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Thus, we argue that even though the learning potential assessment did not serve to benefit the LD group in terms of Auditory Memory, it could be used to discriminate children who truly exhibit DL from those with delayed language acquisition, which can occur for a variety of reasons.
The cABR is elicited passively without the patient's input or cooperation beyond maintaining a relaxed state, yet it provides in essence a snapshot in time of auditory processing that reflects both cognitive (auditory memory and attention) and sensory influences.
I also suffered from poor short term visual and auditory memory.
Nursery rhymes are a good way into early storytelling, they improve auditory memory and increase vocabulary.
A study published online May 11,2011 in the journal PLoS One found that older adults with musical training have greater auditory memory skills and can better distinguish speech in noisy environments.
"Most of our knowledge about auditory memory is based on simple sounds.
With respect to the CAS, the matching numbers subtest measured metacognitive planning (find the two numbers that are the same in a series of numbers), the nonverbal matrices subtest assessed visual perception (select an option that best completes a visual matrix), and the word series subtest measured short-term auditory memory (repeat a string of words presented orally); CAS scoring criteria was maintained.
After giving informed written consent, all 3 clients were evaluated by a dually qualified audiologist-speech pathologist on a battery including audiological (low redundancy, dichotic listening, and temporal processing) and nonaudiological (short-term auditory memory, language, and literacy screening) tests.
In [7] the effects of EMF, emitted by cellular phones on the ERD/ERS of the 4-6, 6-8, 8-10 and 10-12 Hz EEG frequency bands were studied in normal subjects performing an auditory memory task.
Gains were documented in standard neuropsychological tests that measured auditory memory, digit processing, letter-number sequencing, learning, delayed recall, and list memory, according to Dr.
Improvements were seen in standard neuropsychological tests that measured auditory memory, digit processing, letter-number sequencing, learning, delayed recall, and list memory, reported Dr.
Auditory Memory; Christopher Gheorghiu and Benjamin McGrath, Advanced Math and Science Academy, Drag vs.