auditory perception


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Synonyms for auditory perception

the perception of sound as a meaningful phenomenon

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Training of auditory sensitivity will be of upmost importance, since musical learning takes place under the guidance of auditory perception and is in many respects self-organizing, in other terms "learning by doing.
The auditory perception ability of the two groups was evaluated using the spondee test.
In Subtest 2 (Test 2), auditory perception, auditory analysis, auditory fore- and background and auditory understanding were added.
The text is designed for use in interpreting the results of the Auditory Perception Test.
Auditory integration was measured through the MAIS scale and refers to the overall auditory perception and understanding developed by a deaf child after cochlear implantation (auditory integration values range between 0 and 100).
We have come closer to understanding the reasons behind deficits in auditory perception.
Finally, auditory perception is evaluated by tests of musical notes, environmental sounds and phonemic awareness (26,31).
Individuals with the problem of visual perception have difficulty in transcription, while the individuals with the problem of auditory perception might face a problem in distinguishing sounds and blinder them (Salim, Alshahat, & Ashour, 2003).
Washington, Aug 29 ( ANI ): The familiar voice of a spouse stands out against other voices, helping to sharpen auditory perception and making it easier to focus on one voice at a time, a new research has revealed.
Phantom auditory perception (tinnitus): Mechanisms of generation and perception.
Recent studies suggest that the benefits of auditory training may not solely be due to improved auditory perception.
Auditory Perception Training integrates auditory, visual, tactile and kinesthetic stimuli.
Morton and Trehub (2001), for example, reported that the ability to perceive emotions based on intonation develops and improves between the ages of 4 and 10 years of age until reaching the same level of adults' performance in an auditory perception task.
Auditory perception of walls via spectral variations in the ambient sound field.