sound perception

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Synonyms for sound perception

the perception of sound as a meaningful phenomenon

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SRT is a bisyllabic word recognition test that results in a threshold level similar to sound perception by pure-tone audiometry.
Articles encompass topics such as music's influence on language and cognition, neural basis of sound perception, movement in music and brain development, and rhythm.
ISLAMABAD, March 15, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Music class may help improve certain types of sound perception in deaf children who have cochlear implants, a new study hints.
Finally it seeks a full context for listening to the music of the world, humanity, and words as sounds and sensations from both early modern (Campion versus Daniel) and recent theories of poetic sound perception.
Noise-induced hearing loss also is often accompanied by tinnitus, a sound perception often described as "ringing in the ears.
This paper aims to explain effects of acoustical environments in sound perception of hearing impaired people.
We all know the ear has two functions: sound perception and balance.
Maria Luisa Garcia Lecumberri and Francisco Gallardo deal with age and English sound perception and pronunciation in chapter 6 ("English FL Sounds in School Learners of Different Ages").
As gerbils then heard new examples of rising and falling tones and reacted appropriately, they exhibited split-second changes in patterns of electrical activity across the entire section of their brains devoted to sound perception.
In all instances the mothers carefully saw to the easy accessibility of their signing and speech, the latter with regard to both speech-reading and sound perception.
The study found that intense auditory training greatly improved sound perception and processing among rats that had previously experienced normal, age-related sensory-processing degradation.
Information from other sensory systems also contributes to sound perception, loudness, and localization through a convergence into the auditory centers.