auditory system


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You can have hyperactivity in the central auditory system to compensate for this loss of hearing at the peripheral level," Dr.
The prevalence of the connection among the younger population provides compelling evidence that factors related to the diabetes itself are hurting the auditory system.
Previous studies also have shown that compensatory neural reorganization may occur in blind individuals which may be influenced by corticofugal connections with the auditory system.
Smoking, alcohol, and noise can impact the auditory system in healthy subjects as well as in subjects with RA.
It was rare that range of frequency and acoustic power produced by the larynx were not immediately related to range of frequency and power received by the auditory system.
Reporting for The Inquisitr, Anne Sewell explains that the scientists had concluded from previous research that the auditory system in a unborn baby "does not start working until at least the 26th week of pregnancy.
The problem with these kitties is that they have an inherited degeneration of the cochlea, the part of the auditory system that contains tiny hair cells that are normally induced to vibrate by sound waves that strike the eardrum.
sup][1] about the frequency of central and peripheral auditory system affection in 73 patients with a mitochondrial disorder (MID) due to mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) point mutations or a single mtDNA deletion.
For instance, the hearing sense uses a craniocentric frame of reference that depends on the position, direction and the other anatomical features of the external part of the auditory system (the pinna, which is well-known for its acoustic filtering effects, the head, which causes attenuations and a head shadowing effect or the torso), while, on the other hand, the visual sense relies on the oculocentric frame of reference, which shifts the focus of sight with the head movements [2].
The present work is undertaken to advance our understanding of MLAEP responses in the blind and the probable plasticity of the auditory system in response to blindness.
A musician's perception of music is influenced by how the auditory system encodes acoustic information and how that information is processed by the brain.
Neuroscientists haven't been able to identify the exact cause of misophonia, but believe that the pathology lies in the connection between the limbic system (set of structures in the brain responsible for emotions and behaviour), and the auditory system (responsible for hearing).
The human auditory system appears to be poorly adapted to the perception of low-frequency sound waves, as hearing thresholds become markedly higher for frequencies lower than about 250 Hz.
She first felt a swelling during the first few days after the accident, until the infection worsened and affected her auditory system.