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The results indicated that that the number of additional disabilities was a negative predictor of auditory perception (P < 0.
Reflecting on the data obtained, and with the necessary caution required by topics influenced by a myriad of factors, it is possible to state that the use of cochlear implants in the infant population may not ensure, in all cases, the development of the auditory perception and spoken language necessary to establish a relationship with the environment similar to hearing children.
The results also indicate several common features among school boys and girls with CD, at the level of constructional skills, visual perception, spatial skills, visual and auditory attention and verbal fluency and graphics, but also differences in the sense that girls affected by CD did not have lower scores on language and metalinguistic skills, tactile and auditory perception, verbal and delayed visual memory, conceptual skills and cognitive flexibility.
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.
According to NTT DoCoMo, the technology uses speech compression matched to characteristics of human auditory perception, improves sound quality and processes coding efficiently.
Aimed at audio professionals, this volume is a compilation of two out-of-print books published in 1982 and 1986 that contain lessons in critical listening and auditory perception.
Gaver (1993b) distinguished between two types of auditory perception that reflect the attentional focus of an individual.
The new centre will combine Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and Magnetoencephalography (MEG) - both non-invasive scanning techniques - to study the brain processes involved in everyday tasks, such as visual and auditory perception, attention processes, social functioning, memory, learning and speech.
Chartier explores the limits of auditory perception with nearly silent surfaces crossed by quiet digital rumbles, scribbles, and pin-sharp signals.
This is because children with Down's Syndrome can have just a short term memory when it comes to auditory perception - but their visual awareness is the same as anyone else says dad.
Given the data of Grishanov (1976), and Barer and Grishanov (1976), which demonstrated disturbed auditory perception only at levels above 8 +[G.