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 can be ascribed to the fact that learners in C1 were educated in their mother tongue, which would probably lead to better auditory perception than when a non-mother tongue is used (as in the case of E), which could alienate the child and impede effective communication.
In other words, the best results in auditory perception and listening, in social interaction skills in various environments, and in the comprehension and production of spoken language are related to lower frequency and severity of self-injurious behaviours, repetitive and atypical habits, withdrawal or inattention.
The results also show deficits in constructional skills, visual, tactile and auditory perception, conceptual skills and graphic fluency, indicating the possibility of a lower generalized cognitive development in many schools with CD, which is consistent with the lower CI obtained by children with CD, compared with children without CD, but not girls with this disorder.
In previous auditory training studies with CI users [69], it was unclear whether improvements were primarily due to improved auditory perception or cognitive processing (e.
But new research by Brian Moore, Professor of Auditory Perception at the University of Cambridge, has led to the development of a rapid clinical test for detecting the presence of these dead regions.
On the battlefield, troops' auditory perception takes a beating.
It turns out that musical training has benefits to the tune of improved understanding of grammatical rules and sharper auditory perception.
Embedded in the pathological model is the idea that primary attention must be given to hearing aids, cochlear implants, and other devices that might enhance auditory perception and/or focus on speech.
Quantitative research is used to demonstrate that due to the "objectival'" character of visual perception, the internal structure of the infinitival complement after ver/voir and mirar/regarder is prototypically of non propositional nature, whereas the "eventive'" character of auditory perception explains the propositional structure of the infinitival complement subordinated to oir/ entendre and escuchar/ecouter.
Dyslexics can be affected in many areas including auditory perception, attention, concentration, short and long term memory, orientation, sequencing and phonological awareness.