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Music education at all levels should provide more opportunities for experiential forms of learning that foster auditory perception through play, exploration, and discovery, and less focus on established music notation, which is inherently visual.
Tinnitus encompasses not only ringing and buzzing but a myriad of other types of auditory perceptions in the absence of external sound.
However, for children with hearing loss, the time of auditory deprivation influences, in many aspects, the performance of auditory perception, especially the perception of speech.
Even if in the maj ority of cases relevant clinical differences between tinnitus and AVHs are present, both the clinical conditions may be considered forms of auditory perception alterations which present with a "continuum of complexity" and with subjective differences in the levels of insight and perceived distress, having potential similar neurobiological substrates [102].
This case provides substantial support for the concept that central tinnitus might indeed represent a pathologic activation of neural networks of nonspecific auditory perception.
Tanguiane has digested an impressive quantity of previous and recent research in visual and auditory perception, electronic music, computer vision, speech recognition, music theory, and acoustics.
Roberts, "The neuroscience of tinnitus: understanding abnormal and normal auditory perception," Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, vol.
Rauschecker says that auditory perception - the processing and interpretation of sound information - is tied to anatomical structures.
This review shows that NIRS allows the investigation and understanding of the auditory perception and some of its components, such as detection, sound sensation, discrimination, attention and memorization of sounds, i.e., of the auditory sensory processing in the child population.
Because the multisensory neurons that are created as a result of the visual inputs could cause perceptual confusion or disrupt normal auditory perception, the increase in intersensory inhibition may allow the auditory cortex to function despite the anomalous input resulting from the early manipulations.
Thus, the following cross checks in English, Portuguese and Spanish were made: ("Auditory Perception" OR "Percepcion Auditiva" OR "Percepcao Auditiva" OR "Hearing Tests" OR "Pruebas Auditivas" OR "Testes Auditivos" OR "Processamento Auditivo" OR "Auditory Processing") AND ("Language Development Disorders" OR "Trastornos del Desarrollo del Lenguaje" OR "Transtornos do Desenvolvimento da Linguagem) and ("Auditory Processing" and "Phonological Awareness"); descriptors and free terms, respectively.
In accordance with the neuroimaging findings, several TMS studies showed that transient disruption of the specific occipital regions can impair the auditory perception in sighted subjects, such as inhibition of the extrastriate cortex induced a systematic error in auditory spatial perception [56], and disruption of the dorsal extrastriate cortex impaired the sound localization [57, 58].