Pages in category "Auditory perception". The following 23 pages are in this
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May 14, 2009 ... Auditory perception raises a host of challenging philosophical questions. What
do we hear? What are the objects of hearing? What is the ...
Auditory perception is the ability to perceive and understand sounds, usually with
specific organs, such as a human's ears. Sound exists in the form of vibrations ...
Their ability to understand what they are hearing develops as they grow, until about nine to 10 years old. If a child cannot perceive sound, he or she is said to have an auditory
processing disorder .
Nicolay-Pirmolin M. Auditory perception
in the child. More »
Auditory perception refers to how the brain interprets what we hear. ... Auditory
perception fits under the broad umbrella of CENTRAL AUDITORY PROCESSING
Auditory perception refers to the ability of the brain to interpret and create a clear
impression of sounds.
Auditory perception: The ability to identify, interpret, and attach meaning to sound
. Last Editorial Review: 6/14/2012. Dementia Pictures Slideshow: Disorders of ...
Myklebust defines auditory perception as the ability to "structure the auditory
world and select those sounds which are immediately pertinent to adjustment.
Hear Res. 2000 Apr;142(1-2):102-12. Auditory perception in vestibular
neurectomy subjects. Zeng FG(1), Martino KM, Linthicum FH, Soli SD. Author