interaural

in·ter·au·ral

(in'tĕr-aw'răl),
Referring to differences between ears, particularly temporal events occurring in or emanating from the ears.

in·ter·au·ral

(in'tĕr-awr'ăl)
Referring to differences between ears, particularly temporal events occurring in or emanating from the ears.
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In sections on identification and assessment, management, and evidence-based treatment and intervention programs, they consider such topics as thinking outside the sound booth: assessing and managing auditory processing disorder in an auditory-cognitive neuroscience framework, the speech-language pathologist's role in assessing auditory processing skills, neurological brain damage and its impact on auditory processing, dichotic interaural intensity difference training, and central auditory processing disorders and the disabled child's right to the benefits of public education.
Surprisingly little is, however, known about localization training vis-a-vis speech perception in noise based on interaural time difference in the envelope (ITD ENV).
Gangishetty, "Acoustic localization by interaural level difference", IEEE Int.
Blauert [18] defined the crossover region as a region where neither the interaural time difference nor interaural intensity difference contain enough information for localization of a sound source.
A latencia absoluta da onda V, a diferenca interaural da latencia da onda V e os interpicos I-III, I-V, e III-V sao bons parametros para fins diagnosticos [4].
When the 3 groups of patients sat in a centrifuge and an interaural centrifugal force was generated, the development of the perception of tilt in the roll plane was slower in the VM group compared to the other 2, but eye movement responses such as rotational axis shift were the same in all groups [46].
Los sonidos acusticos reproducidos por el sistema audio representan informacion limitada en el plano frontal horizontal de 62[degrees] localizado a nivel del eje interaural que al mismo tiempo esta a nivel del eje interocular.
45) Toshiyuki Okano, Leo Beranek, and Takayuki Hidaka, 'Relations Among Interaural Cross-Correlation Coefficient (IACCe), Lateral Fraction (LFe), and Apparent Source Width (ASW) in Concert Halls', Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 104.
The results demonstrate that the early-blind group outperformed the other two groups when the sound was emulated in the front of the interaural axis.
One of the concerns with OTE TCAPS is that covering the ear adversely affects the ability of the wearer to use interaural time delays between the ears and the head shadow effect, which could compromise their ability to localize the origin of dangerous sounds.
The AOJ was estimated to be 24 mm posterior and 37 mm inferior to the head's center of mass (21) and the head's center of mass was estimated to lie in the mid-sagittal plane, rostral to the inter-aural axis by 17% of the distance between the interaural axis and the vertex (22).