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Further, the results suggest that the posttraining gains observed in previous CI training studies [6-10] were not solely due to improved attention, memory, and/or cognitive processes, but rather to improved auditory perception via auditory training.
My main objective is to demonstrate that these linguistic particularities mirror the conceptual properties of the visual and auditory perception modalities.
Auditory perception of breaking and bouncing events: A case study in ecological acoustics.
The remaining 267 studies included 106 investigating auditory perception and 161 evaluating visual perception and reading.
Dr Fabrice Wallois and colleagues said: "Our results demonstrate that the human brain, at the very onset of the establishment of a cortical circuit for auditory perception, already discriminates subtle differences in speech syllables.
Based on the STRF model of auditory perception and associated distortions, however, it seems quite likely that informational-masking paradigms may be particularly good candidates for tests that are sensitive to central auditory dysfunction.
At this point in our evolutionary history, auditory perception is important for human beings primarily because we talk and listen.
The role of auditory perception and speech perception
Auditory perception protocols integrate sensory stimuli within the auditory system; training takes the form of discrimination of musical components that include the structural elements of pitch, tempo, timbre, and rhythmic patterns.
Phantom auditory perception (tinnitus): Mechanisms of generation and perception.
Topics on the coding of sounds include studies on complex sounds in an animal model and its implications for human hearing, several studies on temporal and spatiotemporal patterns, and the problem of auditory perception.
92-95) does not distinguish adequately between the perception of a single source by two ears (resulting in no more than the maximum binaural time delay) and the perception of multiple, spatially separated sources by two ears (resulting in a delay dependent on their relative distance and direction); this is crucial to understanding the difference between stereo sound reproduction on headphones and on loudspeakers, and to understanding time-intensity trading in auditory perception.