auditory


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Related to auditory: auditory cortex, auditory nerve, auditory memory, Auditory processing disorder, Auditory hallucinations
  • adj

Synonyms for auditory

of or relating to the process of hearing

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The swimbladder has, also, been worked in as an accessory to the auditory organs of certain fish, or, for I do not know which view is now generally held, a part of the auditory apparatus has been worked in as a complement to the swimbladder.
Well assured that their speech is intelligible and the most natural thing in the world, they add thesis to thesis, without a moment's heed of the universal astonishment of the human race below, who do not comprehend their plainest argument; nor do they ever relent so much as to insert a popular or explaining sentence, nor testify the least displeasure or petulance at the dulness of their amazed auditory.
But visual and auditory images are much more difficult to deal with in this way, because they lack the connection with physical events in the outer world which belongs to visual and auditory sensations.
I think it is clear, however, that, at any rate in the case of auditory and visual images, they do differ from ordinary auditory and visual sensations, and therefore form a recognizable class of occurrences, even if it should prove that they can be regarded as a sub-class of sensations.
The auditory were divided on this point; its more uncompromising members crying, 'No, you are not,' and its politer materials, 'Yes, you are.
As the little old man concluded, he looked round on the attentive faces of his wondering auditory with a smile of grim delight.
She had a bifid external auditory canal and two skin tags in front of the external auditory canal.
The study showed that the perception of music starts with specialized hair cells in the inner ear, which transmit sounds as electronic signals through the auditory pathway to the auditory cortex.
Twenty-three chapters are divided into six sections: auditory neuroscience; diagnostic fundamentals; evaluation of central auditory processes; differential diagnosis; case studies; and future directions.
And now the team have revealed the interaction between the region of the brain that processes sound, the auditory cortex, and the amygdala, which is active in the processing of negative emotions when we hear unpleasant sounds.
It is also the case that central auditory system functions overlap with and depend upon executive functions, working memory, and visual function.
Auditory Workout was created by a certified speech and language pathologist for students ages 4-10 who exhibit auditory processing disorders or other related disorders (e.
In the case of individuals with visual impairments, the use of sounds is essential because the perception and interpretation of auditory cues are vital for wayfinding.
To see (or hear) if you have auditory synesthesia, go to klab.