auditory perception

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Synonyms for auditory perception

the perception of sound as a meaningful phenomenon

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The role of memory in auditory perception. In: Yost W, Popper A, Fay R, editors.
Tests for evaluation of auditory perception differ by type of stimulus (verbal and nonverbal) and type presentation in the ears (binaural or monaural).
Auditory Perception Test for the Hearing Impaired, 3rd Edition; 3 volume set
"If we find that people with aphasia, who typically have injuries to the left hemisphere, have difficulty recognizing speech because of problems with low-level auditory perception of rapidly changing sounds, maybe training the specific auditory processing deficits will improve their ability to recognize speech," he concluded.
ERIC Descriptors: Dyslexia; Visual Stimuli; Reading Difficulties; Auditory Perception; Short Term Memory; Adults; Auditory Stimuli; Comparative Analysis; Language Processing; Phonology; Correlation; Feedback (Response); Auditory Discrimination; Perceptual Impairments; Cognitive Processes; Foreign Countries
Although formal Western music education has a long and institutionalized past, music education (particularly in elementary and secondary schools across Canada) should provide more opportunities for experiential forms of learning that foster auditory perception through play, exploration, and discovery, and less focus on established music notation, which is inherently visual.
Chimaeric sounds reveal dichotomies in auditory perception. Nature.
Labyrinthectomy was recommended, but the patient was hesitant to sacrifice the slight degree of auditory perception that remained in her right ear.
An answer to this question lurks in the fascinating article by Elizabeth Sears, "The Iconography of Auditory Perception in the Early Middle Ages: On Psalm Illustration and Psalm Exegesis," (pp.
Adults who stutter showed hyperactivity in right hemisphere regions such as the inferior frontal cortex (IFC) and the anterior insula but at the same time, presented fewer activations in the left hemisphere regions like those of the IFC and the left temporal cortex when compared to fluent control groups on various speech tasks and auditory perception (16).
Stimulus-evoked auditory cortical activation does not necessarily produce conscious auditory perception [11], and auditory perception is possible in the absence of auditory input: more than 80% of people with normal hearing perceive phantom sounds when placed in a soundproof room [12].