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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 role of the superior temporal lobe in auditory false perceptions: a transcranial direct current stimulation study.
Among them, auditory hypersensitivity is the most common sensory impairment, interrupting behavioral adaptation (3).
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.
The experimenter presented a picture with a property as a visual sample (e.g., the picture of the empty jar) and the four pictures of the set as comparisons (e.g., 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.
"There's this idea that blind people are good at auditory tasks, because they have to make their way in the world without visual information.
Thus, there isevidence to show that dance enhances attention [7] and auditory attention modulates olivocochlear efferent functioning [6].
Specifically speaking, in the cross-modal PRP paradigm, the order of S1 and S2 is 2-fold, i.e., either visual stimuli precede auditory stimuli or vice versa.
It is learned that when brainwaves are measured using EEG, the left hemisphere processes auditory speech information more rapidly.
This is dependent on the tumour size, patient age, anatomy of the vestibule and involvement of the internal auditory canal (IAC).
With the advent of technology, there was an increase in the investigation of resources that could aid speechlanguage intervention in stuttering, for example, the use of altered auditory feedback [12-15].