Hearing, auditory perception, or audition is the ability to perceive sound by
detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding medium through
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Auditory perception refers to the ability of the brain to interpret and create a clear
impression of sounds.
Myklebust defines auditory perception as the ability to "structure the auditory
world and select those sounds which are immediately pertinent to adjustment.
Psychology of auditory perception. Andrew Lotto1∗ and Lori Holt2. Audition is
often treated as a 'secondary' sensory system behind vision in the study.
Dr. Andrew J. Oxenham's Auditory Perception and Cognition Laboratory (APC
Lab) at the University of Minnesota, Department of Psychology. (N640 Elliott Hall
The fundamental perceptual unit in hearing is the 'auditory object'. Similar to
visual objects, auditory objects are the computational result of the auditory
Auditory perception: The ability to identify, interpret, and attach meaning to sound
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Auditory perception begins before birth.<sup>1</sup> During development, the human brain
becomes a highly-specialized system for the perceptual, memory and semantic ...
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auditory stimulus and is referred to as auditory perception. ... Depending on the
level of cognitive processing, auditory perception may involve processes of ...