dichotic presentation

dichotic presentation

[di¦käd·ik ‚prē·zin′tā·shən]
(acoustics)
The simultaneous reception of one message through one ear and another message through the other ear. Also known as dichotic listening.
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The Dichotic Digits (DD) test assesses dichotic listening ability using number identification with dichotic presentation of the stimuli [22].
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