auditory perception


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auditory perception

The ability to identify, interpret and attach meaning to sounds.

auditory perception

Neurology The ability to identify, interpret, and attach meaning to sound

auditory perception

1. Hearing.
2. Ability to identify, interpret, and attach meaning to sound.
See also: perception
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This three-volume set contains a test booklet, guidebook, and manual to determine the auditory perception and processing abilities and deficits of children ages three and older.
Tommasi, "The sound of consciousness: neural underpinnings of auditory perception," The Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Since the auditory perception involves a number of mechanisms and temporal processing is only one of them, in the current paper, we tested, in addition to auditory temporal processing, also auditory intensity and spectral processing among dyslexic and normal readers.
What would the world be like if auditory perception was deeply cultivated in our education system?
Tanenbaum, "Dissociation of fMRI activation and awareness in auditory perception task," Cognitive Brain Research, vol.
Auditory perception requires the listener to learn recurring properties of complex sounds and associate them with plausible physical sources.
ERIC Descriptors: Academic Achievement; Teacher Attendance; Acoustics; Classroom Environment; Auditory Perception; Instructional Effectiveness; Listening Comprehension; Listening Skills; Parent Attitudes; Teacher Attitudes
Numerous self-assessment tools are available to accurately define a patient's auditory perception. The Tinnitus Handicap Inventory has been often recommended because of its ease of administration, its incorporation of functional and emotional constructs, and its internal consistency and reliability.
One of the most interesting aspects of the book is its recognition of the importance of auditory perception and psychoacoustics and the way in which these disciplines are skillfully interwoven throughout the book.
In the evaluation of auditory perception of speech, the time of auditory stimulation is a factor directly related to its performance.
This system is designed to meet the extreme limits of human visual and auditory perception in a full-size, high definition, real-time sharing and communication system.