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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Asymmetric hearing loss (AHL) may be defined as an interaural difference >10 dB, using the average value of air conduction thresholds in the pure tone audiometry (PTA) for 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 Hz frequencies AHL can occur between two sick ears or one sick ear and another healthy ear.
(36) Notably, in the middle face patch (located ~6 mm anterior to the interaural line), almost all visually responsive neurons are face selective.
Auditory brainstem responses revealed symmetrical responses (V wave latency at 80 dB nHL (normal hearing level): right - 6.06 ms, left - 6 ms, with interaural (I-V) difference 0.12 ms).
A study has shown that with simultaneous bilateral CI, there is no interaural difference in latency between the two sides unlike sequential implants that result in potential disruption to bilateral brainstem processing based on timing cues (9).
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.
The researchers concluded that gas station attendants exposed to fuels for a minimum of 3 years, even with normal hearing thresholds, may undergo changes in their CANS, due to the statistically significant increase of absolute latencies and interpeak intervals of the interaural potential differences (BAEPs).
The EasyHear device allows wearers to use a proprietary beamforming technology [27] that focuses on sound sources [+ or -] 30[degrees] in front of the listener, reduces noise from outside the frontal field, and preserves interaural cues.
Demer, "Effect of aging on the human initial interaural linear vestibulo-ocular reflex," Experimental Brain Research, vol.
Marsalek, "On the precision of neural computation with interaural level differences in the lateral superior olive," Brain Research, vol.
We used the following coordinates: AP, +3.2 mm from the interaural midpoint; ML, +2.0 mm from the intraparietal suture; and DV, -6.5 mm from the dura mater [19].
The most important parameter for the interpretation of the results in clinical practice is the interaural AR (31).
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).