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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The present nonauditory VDS training provided only minimal gains in auditory perception tasks.
To conclude, the statistics show that there is a certain correlation between the modality of perception and the syntactic position of the perceived participant in the infinitival construction: auditory perception concurs more easily with anteposition, visual perception with postposition.
The first factor (I) was reading, the second factor (II) was auditory perception, the third (III) was a visual-cognitive factor, and the fourth (IV) was a visual differentiation factor; thus, visual perception did not emerge as a unitary phenomenon like auditory perception.
Numerous self-assessment tools are available to accurately define a patient's auditory perception.
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.
Richard Stern, a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, leading research programs including spoken language systems, robust speech recognition and auditory perception.
This case provides substantial support for the concept that central tinnitus might indeed represent a pathologic activation of neural networks of nonspecific auditory perception.
As children play, they learn visual and auditory perception as well as letters, numbers, patterns and shapes.
Tanguiane has digested an impressive quantity of previous and recent research in visual and auditory perception, electronic music, computer vision, speech recognition, music theory, and acoustics.
Rauschecker says that auditory perception - the processing and interpretation of sound information - is tied to anatomical structures.