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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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However, her otalgia and otorrhea were unresolved after 5 days of treatment, at which point a temporal bone CT scan was performed, revealing destruction of the left external auditory canal at the inferior and posterior wall, as well as a blunted scutum (figure 2 A and B).
It's a possible distress signal from the amygdala to the auditory cortex," said study author Dr Sukhbinder Kumar.
Central Auditory Nervous System Sites Potentially Damaged by Blast Exposure
Auditory Workout is easy to navigate and allows users to employ several tools, enabling them to perform the following tasks:
The ability to use environmental auditory cues is important for individuals with visual impairments because this skill can be used in many environments and is always readily available once it is developed (Carlson-Smith & Wiener, 1996).
In addition to extensive experience in hearing aid research and industry, and in teaching auditory sciences at the graduate level, Schweitzer has also served on the American National Standards Institute committee on hearing aids, and is past Chairman of the Probe Microphone committee.
In up to 25% of cases, auditory hallucinations are resistant to antipsychotic medical treatment, and even when they do respond, they are the last symptom to remit, and often, the first to reappear, said Dr.
The new study of children takes advantage of the so-called McGurk effect, a perceptual illusion that pinpoints how visual and auditory information intersect in the brain.
And the curatorial and artistic interest in synaesthesia is surely a strategy for dealing with this emergence of auditory culture.
Laurie Eisenberg , an audiologist and associate scientist in the research department of the House Institute's Children's Auditory Research and Evaluation Center, said doctors were criticized for performing the first implants on children.
I went through the CD with my 17-year-old daughter, who appreciated the opportunity to identify her learning style but felt the style in which the study tips were presented favored auditory learners (the tip provider, who for some reason sported sunglasses and a lab coat, also reminded us a bit of Dan Ackroyd).