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auditory

Physiology of or relating to hearing, the sense of hearing, or the organs of hearing

auditory

[′ȯd·ə‚tōr·ē]
(physiology)
Pertaining to the act or the organs of hearing.

auditory

In ancient churches, that part of the church where the people usually stood to be instructed in the gospel; now called the nave.
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The team focused on the primary auditory cortex, which is the first cortical region to receive auditory signals from the ears via other parts of the brain and the nonprimary auditory cortex, which plays a more sophisticated role in processing those stimuli.
in 1996, auditory neuropathy (AN) is a sensory neurological hearing loss with special clinical manifestations induced by the damage of auditory nerve branch of the VIII cranial nerve.
The waves depict neuro-electrical activity generated sequentially by structures in auditory neural pathway.
Studies in fluent individuals have shown that delayed auditory feedback (DAF) has caused difficulties in speech fluency (16-22), and decrease in speech rate (23-25).
By disrupting adenosine signaling in the auditory thalamus, we have extended the window for auditory learning for the longest period yet reported, well into adulthood and far beyond the usual critical period in mice," said corresponding author Stanislav Zakharenko, M.
In earlier studies, researchers have reported differences in auditory processing in ASD patients compared with typically developing controls (5).
On presentation, the bird, weighing 348 g, had a mildly thin body condition (4/9), bilateral incipient cataracts, a tan-to-yellow soft mass visible within but not protruding from the left external auditory meatus, and dried blood on the feathers surrounding the meatus.
two pictures of ajar, one empty and the other full, and two pictures of a candle, one lit and the other unlit), and said, "Point to the same" as the auditory stimuli of the sample.
It is generated by synchronous firing of neurons along auditory nerve, cochlear nuclei, superior olivary nucleus, lateral lemniscus, and inferior colliculus.
Use of BAEPs to assess the auditory function of horses has been studied since 1980 (MARSHALL, 1981, 1985).
Because speech perception requires the individual to follow, retain, and integrate a stream of auditory information, working memory capacity is likely to be a core component of speech perception.
Intraoperative examination showed that the external auditory canal was widened in the background of inflammation with an intact tympanic membrane.