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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This suggests that the words and music are processed in different ways in the brain of the newborn [6], and that they have an early capacity for short-term auditory memory [15].
Memory functions, more specifically auditory memory necessary for language acguisition, will benefit from musical training as well as the ability to identify emotions in spoken language.
Scientists from Northwestern University examined musicians age 45 to 65 and found that their auditory memory and ability to hear speech in noisy environments were better than those of non-musicians of the same age.
Specifically, the Kodaly approach helped students build their auditory memory through vocal exercises that in turn was drawn upon to improvise.
In addition to typical postconcussive symptoms, many blast-exposed Veterans report difficulty understanding speech in noise and problems with auditory memory yet have no measureable peripheral auditory deficits [12-14].
Each exercise in the book is aimed at one specific language goal, from following directions to the classification and categorization of words to developing auditory memory.
Study subjects were assessed for reading skills, writing skills, mathematical skills, auditory memory, and Visual memory, and it is found that:
We then measured auditory memory by means of the brain's unconscious response to repeated and novel sounds.
Then there is the auditory memory explicitly IC referenced in the title--a 1979 hit by Supertramp, performed on Leccia's sound track by female vocalists--which constitutes the connective fabric between one screen and another.
Callum is in P6 at Charleston Primary School in Cove and had compared visual and auditory memory in males and females for his research.
Results for auditory memory evaluation showed low results in high schools at 1,88 % of the teachers, 4,86 % in urban schools and 5,60 % at the teachers in schools from rural areas.
On the remaining variables, Auditory Memory, F(1, 63) = 2.