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Synonyms for auditory

of or relating to the process of hearing

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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.
If you wound the optic nerve, you merely see flashes of light,-- just as disease of the auditory nerve merely means a humming in our ears.
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.
Little need, in presence of that tribunal and that auditory, to &how how the Defarges had not made the paper public, with the other captured Bastille memorials borne in procession, and had kept it, biding their time.
A transient allusion to a few characteristic instances, which mark the peculiar history of the Plymouth settlers, may properly supply the place of a narrative, which, to this auditory, must be superfluous.
I have just spoken of that morbid condition of the auditory nerve which rendered all music intolerable to the sufferer, with the exception of certain effects of stringed instruments.
Audiologists and speech and hearing scientists update the reference on auditory processing disorder to incorporate developments in both the technology and the medicine.
Lead researcher Brian Monson from the University of Illinois said, "We have a pretty limited understanding of how the auditory brain develops in preterm infants".
Of 134 patients, 14 (19 ears) had evoked V wave upon auditory brainstem response, whereas no waves after I wave were evoked in other tested ears.
KEY WORDS: Inter Peak Latencies; Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials; Auditory Pathway; Hearing; Healthy Person
Many studies (12-16) with neuroimaging performed in persons who stutter have shown relevant results on the auditory regions and their connections with other brain areas in the speech production.
Jude Children's Research Hospital scientists have evidence from mice that restricting a key chemical messenger in the brain helps extend efficient auditory learning much later in life.
In addition to these core features of ASD, sensory processing (SP) abnormalities such as auditory hypersensitivity have been frequently reported and may be a predictor of maladaptive behavior (3).
Key words: adenocarcinoma, neoplasia, external auditory meatus, bird, avian, African grey parrot, Psittacus erithacus erithacus
The auditory stimuli were the names of these properties presented in sentences spoken to the children (e.