The process whereby auditory stimuli are selected, organized, and interpreted by the organism.
Acquired or developmental cognitive disorders of AUDITORY PERCEPTION characterized by a reduced ability to perceive information contained in auditory stimuli despite intact auditory pathways. Affected individuals have difficulty with speech perception, sound localization, and comprehending the meaning of inflections of speech.
The process whereby an utterance is decoded into a representation in terms of linguistic units (sequences of phonetic segments which combine to form lexical and grammatical morphemes).
Use of sound to elicit a response in the nervous system.
The process by which the nature and meaning of sensory stimuli are recognized and interpreted.
A type of non-ionizing radiation in which energy is transmitted through solid, liquid, or gas as compression waves. Sound (acoustic or sonic) radiation with frequencies above the audible range is classified as ultrasonic. Sound radiation below the audible range is classified as infrasonic.
A dimension of auditory sensation varying with cycles per second of the sound stimulus.
The region of the cerebral cortex that receives the auditory radiation from the MEDIAL GENICULATE BODY.
The science pertaining to the interrelationship of psychologic phenomena and the individual's response to the physical properties of sound.
Skills in the use of language which lead to proficiency in written or spoken communication.
Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.
The ability or act of sensing and transducing ACOUSTIC STIMULATION to the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. It is also called audition.
The graphic registration of the frequency and intensity of sounds, such as speech, infant crying, and animal vocalizations.
The audibility limit of discriminating sound intensity and pitch.
A nonspecific symptom of hearing disorder characterized by the sensation of buzzing, ringing, clicking, pulsations, and other noises in the ear. Objective tinnitus refers to noises generated from within the ear or adjacent structures that can be heard by other individuals. The term subjective tinnitus is used when the sound is audible only to the affected individual. Tinnitus may occur as a manifestation of COCHLEAR DISEASES; VESTIBULOCOCHLEAR NERVE DISEASES; INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION; CRANIOCEREBRAL TRAUMA; and other conditions.
The science or study of speech sounds and their production, transmission, and reception, and their analysis, classification, and transcription. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
NEURAL PATHWAYS and connections within the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, beginning at the hair cells of the ORGAN OF CORTI, continuing along the eighth cranial nerve, and terminating at the AUDITORY CORTEX.
Ability to determine the specific location of a sound source.
The electric response evoked in the CEREBRAL CORTEX by ACOUSTIC STIMULATION or stimulation of the AUDITORY PATHWAYS.
The selecting and organizing of visual stimuli based on the individual's past experience.
Any sound which is unwanted or interferes with HEARING other sounds.
Communication through a system of conventional vocal symbols.
Sounds used in animal communication.
The real or apparent movement of objects through the visual field.
The perceiving of attributes, characteristics, and behaviors of one's associates or social groups.
The time from the onset of a stimulus until a response is observed.
A statistical technique that isolates and assesses the contributions of categorical independent variables to variation in the mean of a continuous dependent variable.
Imaging techniques used to colocalize sites of brain functions or physiological activity with brain structures.
Perception of three-dimensionality.
The sensory discrimination of a pattern shape or outline.
The process by which PAIN is recognized and interpreted by the brain.
The ability to estimate periods of time lapsed or duration of time.
The process by which the nature and meaning of gustatory stimuli are recognized and interpreted by the brain. The four basic classes of taste perception are salty, sweet, bitter, and sour.
The awareness of the spatial properties of objects; includes physical space.
The process by which the nature and meaning of tactile stimuli are recognized and interpreted by the brain, such as realizing the characteristics or name of an object being touched.
The sensory interpretation of the dimensions of objects.
Mental processing of chromatic signals (COLOR VISION) from the eye by the VISUAL CORTEX where they are converted into symbolic representations. Color perception involves numerous neurons, and is influenced not only by the distribution of wavelengths from the viewed object, but also by its background color and brightness contrast at its boundary.
Investigative technique commonly used during ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY in which a series of bright light flashes or visual patterns are used to elicit brain activity.
The process by which the nature and meaning of olfactory stimuli, such as odors, are recognized and interpreted by the brain.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
Knowledge, attitudes, and associated behaviors which pertain to health-related topics such as PATHOLOGIC PROCESSES or diseases, their prevention, and treatment. This term refers to non-health workers and health workers (HEALTH PERSONNEL).
Public attitudes toward health, disease, and the medical care system.
Attitudes of personnel toward their patients, other professionals, toward the medical care system, etc.
Recognition and discrimination of the heaviness of a lifted object.
The misinterpretation of a real external, sensory experience.
The minimum amount of stimulus energy necessary to elicit a sensory response.
Differential response to different stimuli.
An illusion of vision usually affecting spatial relations.
An enduring, learned predisposition to behave in a consistent way toward a given class of objects, or a persistent mental and/or neural state of readiness to react to a certain class of objects, not as they are but as they are conceived to be.
A method of data collection and a QUALITATIVE RESEARCH tool in which a small group of individuals are brought together and allowed to interact in a discussion of their opinions about topics, issues, or questions.
Signals for an action; that specific portion of a perceptual field or pattern of stimuli to which a subject has learned to respond.
Awareness of oneself in relation to time, place and person.
Any type of research that employs nonnumeric information to explore individual or group characteristics, producing findings not arrived at by statistical procedures or other quantitative means. (Qualitative Inquiry: A Dictionary of Terms Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1997)
The difference between two images on the retina when looking at a visual stimulus. This occurs since the two retinas do not have the same view of the stimulus because of the location of our eyes. Thus the left eye does not get exactly the same view as the right eye.
Cognitive disorders characterized by an impaired ability to perceive the nature of objects or concepts through use of the sense organs. These include spatial neglect syndromes, where an individual does not attend to visual, auditory, or sensory stimuli presented from one side of the body.
A person's view of himself.
The blending of separate images seen by each eye into one composite image.
Electronic hearing devices typically used for patients with normal outer and middle ear function, but defective inner ear function. In the COCHLEA, the hair cells (HAIR CELLS, VESTIBULAR) may be absent or damaged but there are residual nerve fibers. The device electrically stimulates the COCHLEAR NERVE to create sound sensation.
The attitude of a significant portion of a population toward any given proposition, based upon a measurable amount of factual evidence, and involving some degree of reflection, analysis, and reasoning.
The ability to detect sharp boundaries (stimuli) and to detect slight changes in luminance at regions without distinct contours. Psychophysical measurements of this visual function are used to evaluate visual acuity and to detect eye disease.
The degree to which the individual regards the health care service or product or the manner in which it is delivered by the provider as useful, effective, or beneficial.
Conversations with an individual or individuals held in order to obtain information about their background and other personal biographical data, their attitudes and opinions, etc. It includes school admission or job interviews.
Studies in which the presence or absence of disease or other health-related variables are determined in each member of the study population or in a representative sample at one particular time. This contrasts with LONGITUDINAL STUDIES which are followed over a period of time.
Focusing on certain aspects of current experience to the exclusion of others. It is the act of heeding or taking notice or concentrating.
The act of "taking account" of an object or state of affairs. It does not imply assessment of, nor attention to the qualities or nature of the object.
The process in which specialized SENSORY RECEPTOR CELLS transduce peripheral stimuli (physical or chemical) into NERVE IMPULSES which are then transmitted to the various sensory centers in the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.
Sensation of making physical contact with objects, animate or inanimate. Tactile stimuli are detected by MECHANORECEPTORS in the skin and mucous membranes.
The process of discovering or asserting an objective or intrinsic relation between two objects or concepts; a faculty or power that enables a person to make judgments; the process of bringing to light and asserting the implicit meaning of a concept; a critical evaluation of a person or situation.

Human complex sound analysis. (1/3016)

The analysis of complex sound features is important for the perception of environmental sounds, speech and music, and may be abnormal in disorders such as specific language impairment in children, and in common adult lesions including stroke and multiple sclerosis. This work addresses the problem of how the human auditory system detects features in complex sound, and uses those features to perceive the auditory world. The work has been carried out using two independent means of testing the same hypotheses; detailed psychophysical studies of neurological patients with central lesions, and functional imaging using positron emission tomography and functional magnetic resonance imaging of normal subjects. The psychophysical and imaging studies have both examined which brain areas are concerned with the analysis of auditory space, and which are concerned with the analysis of timing information in the auditory system. This differs from many previous human auditory studies, which have concentrated on the analysis of sound frequency. The combined lesion and functional imaging approach has demonstrated analysis of the spatial property of sound movement within the right parietal lobe. The timing work has confirmed that the primary auditory cortex is active as a function of the time structure of sound, and therefore not only concerned with frequency representation of sounds.  (+info)

Desynchronizing responses to correlated noise: A mechanism for binaural masking level differences at the inferior colliculus. (2/3016)

We examined the adequacy of decorrelation of the responses to dichotic noise as an explanation for the binaural masking level difference (BMLD). The responses of 48 low-frequency neurons in the inferior colliculus of anesthetized guinea pigs were recorded to binaurally presented noise with various degrees of interaural correlation and to interaurally correlated noise in the presence of 500-Hz tones in either zero or pi interaural phase. In response to fully correlated noise, neurons' responses were modulated with interaural delay, showing quasiperiodic noise delay functions (NDFs) with a central peak and side peaks, separated by intervals roughly equivalent to the period of the neuron's best frequency. For noise with zero interaural correlation (independent noises presented to each ear), neurons were insensitive to the interaural delay. Their NDFs were unmodulated, with the majority showing a level of activity approximately equal to the mean of the peaks and troughs of the NDF obtained with fully correlated noise. Partial decorrelation of the noise resulted in NDFs that were, in general, intermediate between the fully correlated and fully decorrelated noise. Presenting 500-Hz tones simultaneously with fully correlated noise also had the effect of demodulating the NDFs. In the case of tones with zero interaural phase, this demodulation appeared to be a saturation process, raising the discharge at all noise delays to that at the largest peak in the NDF. In the majority of neurons, presenting the tones in pi phase had a similar effect on the NDFs to decorrelating the noise; the response was demodulated toward the mean of the peaks and troughs of the NDF. Thus the effect of added tones on the responses of delay-sensitive inferior colliculus neurons to noise could be accounted for by a desynchronizing effect. This result is entirely consistent with cross-correlation models of the BMLD. However, in some neurons, the effects of an added tone on the NDF appeared more extreme than the effect of decorrelating the noise, suggesting the possibility of additional inhibitory influences.  (+info)

Corticofugal amplification of facilitative auditory responses of subcortical combination-sensitive neurons in the mustached bat. (3/3016)

Recent studies on the bat's auditory system indicate that the corticofugal system mediates a highly focused positive feedback to physiologically "matched" subcortical neurons, and widespread lateral inhibition to physiologically "unmatched" subcortical neurons, to adjust and improve information processing. These findings have solved the controversy in physiological data, accumulated since 1962, of corticofugal effects on subcortical auditory neurons: inhibitory, excitatory, or both (an inhibitory effect is much more frequent than an excitatory effect). In the mustached bat, Pteronotus parnellii parnellii, the inferior colliculus, medial geniculate body, and auditory cortex each have "FM-FM" neurons, which are "combination-sensitive" and are tuned to specific time delays (echo delays) of echo FM components from the FM components of an emitted biosonar pulse. FM-FM neurons are more complex in response properties than cortical neurons which primarily respond to single tones. In the present study, we found that inactivation of the entire FM-FM area in the cortex, including neurons both physiologically matched and unmatched with subcortical FM-FM neurons, on the average reduced the facilitative responses to paired FM sounds by 82% for thalamic FM-FM neurons and by 66% for collicular FM-FM neurons. The corticofugal influence on the facilitative responses of subcortical combination-sensitive neurons is much larger than that on the excitatory responses of subcortical neurons primarily responding to single tones. Therefore we propose the hypothesis that, in general, the processing of complex sounds by combination-sensitive neurons more heavily depends on the corticofugal system than that by single-tone sensitive neurons.  (+info)

The cerebral haemodynamics of music perception. A transcranial Doppler sonography study. (4/3016)

The perception of music has been investigated by several neurophysiological and neuroimaging methods. Results from these studies suggest a right hemisphere dominance for non-musicians and a possible left hemisphere dominance for musicians. However, inconsistent results have been obtained, and not all variables have been controlled by the different methods. We performed a study with functional transcranial Doppler sonography (fTCD) of the middle cerebral artery to evaluate changes in cerebral blood flow velocity (CBFV) during different periods of music perception. Twenty-four healthy right-handed subjects were enrolled and examined during rest and during listening to periods of music with predominant language, rhythm and harmony content. The gender, musical experience and mode of listening of the subjects were chosen as independent factors; the type of music was included as the variable in repeated measurements. We observed a significant increase of CBFV in the right hemisphere in non-musicians during harmony perception but not during rhythm perception; this effect was more pronounced in females. Language perception was lateralized to the left hemisphere in all subject groups. Musicians showed increased CBFV values in the left hemisphere which were independent of the type of stimulus, and background listeners showed increased CBFV values during harmony perception in the right hemisphere which were independent of their musical experience. The time taken to reach the peak of CBFV was significantly longer in non-musicians when compared with musicians during rhythm and harmony perception. Pulse rates were significantly decreased in non-musicians during harmony perception, probably due to a specific relaxation effect in this subgroup. The resistance index did not show any significant differences, suggesting only regional changes of small resistance vessels but not of large arteries. Our fTCD study confirms previous findings of right hemisphere lateralization for harmony perception in non-musicians. In addition, we showed that this effect is more pronounced in female subjects and in background listeners and that the lateralization is delayed in non-musicians compared with musicians for the perception of rhythm and harmony stimuli. Our data suggest that musicians and non-musicians have different strategies to lateralize musical stimuli, with a delayed but marked right hemisphere lateralization during harmony perception in non-musicians and an attentive mode of listening contributing to a left hemisphere lateralization in musicians.  (+info)

The superior olivary nucleus and its influence on nucleus laminaris: a source of inhibitory feedback for coincidence detection in the avian auditory brainstem. (5/3016)

Located in the ventrolateral region of the avian brainstem, the superior olivary nucleus (SON) receives inputs from nucleus angularis (NA) and nucleus laminaris (NL) and projects back to NA, NL, and nucleus magnocellularis (NM). The reciprocal connections between the SON and NL are of particular interest because they constitute a feedback circuit for coincidence detection. In the present study, the chick SON was investigated. In vivo tracing studies show that the SON projects predominantly to the ipsilateral NM, NL, and NA. In vitro whole-cell recording reveals single-cell morphology, firing properties, and postsynaptic responses. SON neurons are morphologically and physiologically suited for temporal integration; their firing patterns do not reflect the temporal structure of their excitatory inputs. Of most interest, direct stimulation of the SON evokes long-lasting inhibition in NL neurons. The inhibition blocks both intrinsic spike generation and orthodromically evoked activity in NL neurons and can be eliminated by bicuculline methiodide, a potent antagonist for GABAA receptor-mediated neurotransmission. These results strongly suggest that the SON provides GABAergic inhibitory feedback to laminaris neurons. We discuss a mechanism whereby SON-evoked GABAergic inhibition can influence the coding of interaural time differences for sound localization in the avian auditory brainstem.  (+info)

Auditory perception: does practice make perfect? (6/3016)

Recent studies have shown that adult humans can learn to localize sounds relatively accurately when provided with altered localization cues. These experiments provide further evidence for experience-dependent plasticity in the mature brain.  (+info)

Aphasic disorder in patients with closed head injury. (7/3016)

Quantitative assessment of 50 patients with closed head injury disclosed that anomic errors and word finding difficulty were prominent sequelae as nearly half of the series had defective scores on tests of naming and/or word association. Aphasic disturbance was associated with severity of brain injury as reflected by prolonged coma and injury of the brain stem.  (+info)

Neural correlates of exposure to traumatic pictures and sound in Vietnam combat veterans with and without posttraumatic stress disorder: a positron emission tomography study. (8/3016)

BACKGROUND: Patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) show a reliable increase in PTSD symptoms and physiological reactivity following exposure to traumatic pictures and sounds. In this study neural correlates of exposure to traumatic pictures and sounds were measured in PTSD. METHODS: Positron emission tomography and H2[15O] were used to measure cerebral blood flow during exposure to combat-related and neutral pictures and sounds in Vietnam combat veterans with and without PTSD. RESULTS: Exposure to traumatic material in PTSD (but not non-PTSD) subjects resulted in a decrease in blood flow in medial prefrontal cortex (area 25), an area postulated to play a role in emotion through inhibition of amygdala responsiveness. Non-PTSD subjects activated anterior cingulate (area 24) to a greater degree than PTSD patients. There were also differences in cerebral blood flow response in areas involved in memory and visuospatial processing (and by extension response to threat), including posterior cingulate (area 23), precentral (motor) and inferior parietal cortex, and lingual gyrus. There was a pattern of increases in PTSD and decreases in non-PTSD subjects in these areas. CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest that functional alternations in specific cortical and subcortical brain areas involved in memory, visuospatial processing, and emotion underlie the symptoms of patients with PTSD.  (+info)

Report on the Computational Auditory Scene Analysis Workshop Malcolm Slaney, Dan Ellis, Dave Rosenthal Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 19 and 20th, 1995. The first workshop on Computational Auditory Scene Analysis (CASA) was held August 19 and 20th at the 1995 IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence) in Montreal. Organized by Hiroshi Okuno and David Rosenthal, the workshop was attended by about thirty people doing work on scientific and engineering models of human audition and signal processing. Perhaps the workshop will best be remembered as the largest gathering to date of people interested in computer models of auditory scene analysis (ASA). The attendees were nearly evenly split between those that are interested in understanding human auditory perception and those that want to solve problems in auditory perception, perhaps using some of the techniques of auditory scene analysis. Al Bregman served as keynote speaker for the conference. His book, Auditory Scene ...
Auditory processing disorder (APD) is defined as a specific deficit in the processing of auditory information along the central auditory nervous system, including bottom-up and top-down neural connectivity. Even though music comprises a big part of audition, testing music perception in APD population has not yet gained wide attention in research. This work tests the hypothesis that deficits in rhythm perception occur in a group of subjects with APD. The primary focus of this study is to measure perception of a simple auditory rhythm, i.e., short isochronous sequences of beats, in APD children and to compare their performance to age-matched normal controls. The secondary question is to study the relationship between cognition and auditory processing of rhythm perception. We tested 39 APD children and 25 control children aged between 6 and 12 years via (a) clinical APD tests, including a monaural speech in noise test, (b) isochrony task, a test measuring the detection of small deviations from perfect
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Many kids see their idols like Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber on TV and want to be just like them. Its no wonder, who wouldnt want to be rich and famous doing what they love to do - Sing!. The biggest problem most kids have these days is finding auditions for singers within their age group. Yes, there are reality TV shows such as Americas Got Talent and American Idol that have given many their start, but getting onto those shows is not always easy and competition is beyond fierce. Not to mention that those shows may or may not be holding casting calls for singers or acts in your area. If you live in a small town or a rural state, you most likely will not be close to any of the audition locations.. So kids need to find singer auditions elsewhere - Community theater groups, community choirs, local schools and churches all hold auditions for singers and many do take kids into their groups.. Once you establish yourself in your local community, then you can start gaining a larger fan base.. These ...
El sistema auditivo es un elemento crucial en nuestra interacción con el entorno, vinculado a varias funciones cognitivas, como la atención, la memoria y el lenguaje. Una mejor caracterización de los mecanismos neuronales que explican el procesamiento auditivo puede ayudar a comprender mejor estas conexiones y, en última instancia, mejorar nuestro conocimiento sobre numerosas afecciones asociadas con procesos auditivos anormales, como trastornos del lenguaje, esquizofrenia o trastornos del espectro autista. Con la presente tesis, nuestro objetivo fue contribuir a la caracterización de dos mecanismos diferentes de la función cerebral dentro del dominio auditivo, medidos con electroencefalografía (EEG). Por un lado, la actividad evocada, reflejando procesos cognitivos subyacentes asociados en el tiempo al procesamiento del estímulo. Por otro lado, las oscilaciones cerebrales inducidas, refiriéndose a los ritmos cerebrales que emergen por sí mismos, en relación con varias funciones ...
Schuessler, E.; Obermeier, C.; Schröger, E.; Kotz, S.: When and what to predict: A cross--modal perspective on early event-related potentials. 1st Leipzig Prediction in Audition Workshop (LPiAW) Attention, Deviance Detection and Prediction in Auditory Perception, Leipzig, Germany (2013 ...
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Nevertheless, on 27 Oct 2020, a meeting of the HTA Network was convened, with EUPHA participating as an observer (Carlo Favaretti and Elena Petelos). In anticipation of a new, compromise proposal currently being prepared by the German Presidency, to be released in Nov 2020, a request endorsed by all members of the Pillar in the Healthcare Providers (HCP) was put forth: to ensure continuous engagement, and empowerment, of stakeholders for transparent communication and democratic dialogue, to ensure the Stakeholder Pool remains active and is given the opportunity to contribute until the time when we can have a permanent HTA mechanism for HTA in Europe, including structures for stakeholder involvement and support to tackle all cases of information asymmetry, and safeguarding sound representation from patients, healthcare providers, payers, and, indeed, the industry. Additional comments were submitted to the HTA Secretariat to ensure due emphasis was given on prioritizing public health ...
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Ernst, M.O., Bresciani, J.-P., & Drewing, K., 2004. Feeling what you hear: Auditory signals can modulate the perception of tactile taps. Perception, 33(Suppl. 1), p 143-143 ...
Its always good news when you see open auditions for Signing Time! That means that there are new volumes in the making. This time the call is for children, ages 1-3. Robert, Noah, and Matthew fit right in there. I wasnt going to submit an entry for them since the filming dates coincide with my weekend getaway I will be taking in May. However, a few people told me to go ahead and try for it. More than likely they wouldnt be offered a spot since they have so many audition anyway ...
If you have ever watched an entertainment host that you thought was credible and intelligent, then its likely they had to go through a rigorous audition to get the job. The skills that make those hosts look so professional were probably learnt at hosting classes, so taking classes for hosting auditions can give you the edge you need to get…. Read More→. ...
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MindAlive, the manufacturers of audio-visual entrainment systems, or AVE, claim that their devices can help treat symptoms of ADHD in children and adults.
Open competition for the establishment of a multi-party framework agreement for the provision of audio-visual equipment and services in three lots:1) Supply and
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TY - JOUR. T1 - The effect of temporal asynchrony on the multisensory integration of letters and speech sounds. AU - van Atteveldt, N.M.. AU - Formisano, E.. AU - Blomert, L.P.M.. AU - Goebel, R.W.. PY - 2007/1/1. Y1 - 2007/1/1. N2 - Temporal proximity is a critical determinant for cross-modal integration by multisensory neurons. Information content may serve as an additional binding factor for more complex or less natural multisensory information. Letters and speech sounds, which form the basis of literacy acquisition, are not naturally related but associated through explicit learning. We investigated the relative importance of temporal proximity and information content on the integration of letters and speech sounds by manipulating both factors within the same functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) design. The results reveal significant interactions between temporal proximity and content congruency in anterior and posterior auditory association cortex, indicating that temporal synchrony ...
Author: Kayser, C et al.; Genre: Journal Article; Published in Print: 2009-12; Title: Multisensory interactions in primate auditory cortex: fMRI and electrophysiology
Drakeford, Justine L., Edelstyn, Nicola M.J., Srivastava, Shrikant, Oyebode, Femi, Calthorpe, William R. and Mukherjee, T. (2006) Auditory recognition memory, conscious recollection and executive function in patients with schizophrenia. In: South West Division Biannual Meeting. (Unpublished) ...
Temporal patterning of neural responses to complex sounds are hypothesized to play a critical role in conveying the information in speech, music, and environmental sounds, both in quiet and especially in noisy backgrounds. These patterns include both the representation of temporal fine structure and the slower fluctuations associated with the envelopes of complex sounds. This workshop will comprise a series of presentations that provide state-of-the-art information about the origins of temporal patterning in the auditory periphery and transformations of these patterns along the ascending neural pathways. We will also hear about implications of temporal patterning of neural responses for understanding animal behavior and human psychophysical performance, for listeners with normal hearing and hearing loss. Finally, recent applications of ideas concerning temporal patterning to speech processing and hearing-aid strategies will be presented ...
Development and application of a /bAk/-/dAk/ continuum for testing auditory perception within the Dutch longitudinal dyslexia ...
A reference work for the emerging field of multisensory integration, covering multidisciplinary research that goes beyond the traditional sense-by-sense approach and recognizes that perception is fundamentally a multisensory experience. This landmark reference work brings together for the first time in one volume the most recent research from different areas of the emerging field of multisensory integration. After many years of using a modality-specific sense-by-sense approach, researchers across different disciplines in neuroscience and psychology now recognize that perception is fundamentally a multisensory experience. To understand how the brain synthesizes information from the different senses, we must study not only how information from each sensory modality is decoded but also how this information interacts with the sensory processing taking place within other sensory channels. The findings cited in The Handbook of Multisensory Processes suggest that there are broad underlying
A study was conducted to determine whether newborn infants organize auditory streams in a manner similar to that of adults. A series of three experiments investigated the ability of three- to four-day-old infants to discriminate repeated rising and falling four-tone sequences in two configurations of source timbre and spatial position. It was hypothesized that if the sequences were organized into two auditory streams on the basis of timbre and spatial position, one of the configurations should be discriminable from its reversal, while the other should not. The sequences were tested with different pitch and temporal intervals separating the tones. Sequences were discriminated for the first configuration by adults at both fast tempo/small interval and slow tempo/large interval combinations, while only the latter was discriminated by newborns as measured with a non-nutritive, high-amplitude sucking paradigm. Neither adults nor infants could discriminate the sequence reversals for the second ...
Example A. Teacher: Listen. Which vowel do you hear: bed? (an identification task) Student: (points to letter a) Teacher: Oh. That says /-a-/. Are these two sounds the same or different? Listen: /-e-/ (pause) /-a-/? Example B. Student (thought the teacher said weed when she actually said wheat - an identification error) Teacher: Those words are almost the same, but the last sound is a little different. Listen: wheat (pause) weed. Do they sound the same to you? In Example A, if the student says the phonemes sound the same, the student has made an auditory error. The teacher can give the student feedback like, Yes, those sounds are very close to each other. They are almost the same. But they are a little different. Listen again. The sounds can then be produced slightly elongated to highlight the differences. If the student is asked to say the sounds, he will likely produce two sounds that sound very, very similar to each other. This may be a task for the speech specialist. The teacher, ...
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In the auditory domain, Josef Rauschecker is often credited with originating the view that auditory cortex is subdivided into two processing streams, a dorsal where stream and a ventral what stream (Rauschecker, 1998; Rauschecker and Scott, 2009). However, the idea of dual auditory streams predates Rauscheckers influential papers by several decades. Deutsch and Roll proposed separate what and where mechanisms for hearing in their 1976 report (Deutsch and Roll, 1976) citing then recent animal neurophysiological evidence for the distinction (Evans and Nelson, 1973). And a historical precedent to a dual-stream model of audition goes even farther back to the work of Poljak who in 1926 discussed the various subdivisions in the connections of the acoustic nerve and came to a conclusion that foreshadowed current dual-stream ideas by the better part of a century ...
PhD Candidate. Attentive Listening, Auditory Cortex, Auditory Scene Analysis, Bayesian, Classification (MVPA), EEG/MEG, fMRI, Machine Learning, Perception of Complex, Real-life Sounds, Psychophysics, Semi-supervised Neural Networks, Software Development, Ultra-high field MRI. ...
The present results provide behavioral evidence that stimuli can be processed by a mechanism that is selective for particular combinations of spectral and temporal modulation frequencies. We trained listeners to discriminate the depth of spectral, temporal, or upward spectrotemporal modulation and tested the generalization of their learning to the trained conditions of the other groups as well as to the depth discrimination of downward spectrotemporal modulation and the detection of upward spectrotemporal modulation. Three influences of training were dependent on the spectrotemporal characteristics of the trained stimulus. First, and most importantly, there was no generalization of training-induced improvement to the untrained depth-discrimination conditions. Learning on isolated spectral (0.5 cyc/oct; 0 Hz) or temporal (0 cyc/oct; 32 Hz) modulation did not generalize to either direction of spectrotemporal modulation (0.5 cyc/oct; ±32 Hz), even though the spectrotemporal conditions shared one ...
This thesis is concerned with the cross-modal and synaesthetic perception of musical and visual stimuli. Each of these types of perception has been researched separately, and a hypothesis is presented here that accounts for both cross-modal matching and the development of synaesthesia. This hypothesis claims that sensory information can be evaluated in another modality by using a scale of comparison in that modality. The first set of experiments examines normal subjects performing cross-modal matching with coloured circles and auditory stimuli that vary in complexity. It is shown that subjects use a variety of scales of comparison from both visual and auditory modalities to form matches. As the stimuli increase in complexity, the individual variation in cross-modal matching also increases. The second set of experiments examines matching performance using higher order stimuli, by having subjects evaluate fragments of melodies and complete melodies on affective and descriptive adjective scales. ...
This study investigated the ability of individuals with Parkinsons disease (PD) to synthesize temporal information across the senses, namely audition and vision. Auditory signals (A) are perceived as lasting longer than visual signals (V) when they are compared together, since attention is captured and sustained more easily than for visual information. We used the audiovisual illusion to probe for disturbances in brain networks that govern the resolution of time in two intersensory conditions that putatively differ in their attention demands. PD patients and controls judged the relative duration of successively presented pairs of unimodal (AA, VV) and crossmodal (VA, AV) signals whilst undergoing fMRI. There were four main findings. First, underestimation of time was exaggerated in PD when timing depended on controlled attention (AV), whereas subtle deficits were found when audition dominated and attention was more easily sustained (VA). Second, group differences in regional activation were observed
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Zohar, J., Fostick, L., Juven-Wetzler, A., Kaplan, Z., Shalev, H., Schreiber, G., Miroshnik, N., Shalev, A.Y., Stein, D., Suliman, S., & Klein, E. (2018). Secondary Prevention of Chronic PTSD by Early and Short-Term Administration of Escitalopram: A Prospective Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Trial. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 79(2). ...
A retrospective study was conducted in 113 Brazilian teenagers, looking at central auditory abilities through a Behavioral Central Auditory Processing Assessment. Results suggested that Behavioral Central Auditory Assessment can identify auditory dysfunction which may underlie communication, learning and/or auditory attention deficits in this population. Behavioral Central Auditory Processing Assessment can be an useful tool in diagnosing and determining a treatment program in teenagers, in order to improve academic and personal performance ...
The play could easily have been a monologue, which is what the Murakami story is. Instead, Sleep is 70 minutes of near-constant video projected into the onstage cube that is the shows circumscribed world. Some 130 sound cues employ an array of 100 or so musical instruments that subtly control the auditory environment. As the story slips into an alternate existence, the actors move in a choreography with ever-so-slightly abstracted normality.. Reality is adjusted as a composer would revise a musical score: Her husband acts like hes doing everyday tasks … but the pace and rhythm changes, says Dickstein. Thats how we tell the story of the womans changing perspective. We see the world around her change. Even the dinner table slowly seems to roll over on its side - in a change of perspective thats the theatrical equivalent of a cinematic overhead shot.. Dickstein sees latter-day parallels with Ibsens story of domestic liberation in A Dolls House. You have a path that you set for ...
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In 2012, during her junior year of high school, Martinez participated in the MSG Varsity Talent Show, a televised talent competition. She sang The Beatles rendition of Money (Thats What I Want) by Barrett Strong and Shake Me, Wake Me (When Its Over) by The Four Tops. She was eliminated in the second round.[33]. Later in 2012, Martinez auditioned for the third season of The Voice. She had not watched the show herself prior to the audition.[23] The initial, untelevised audition was an open call, held at Javits Center. She recalls that while she and her mother were driving to the audition, her mothers car broke down before they reached the Midtown Tunnel, and the two were forced to hitchhike a taxicab in order to get there. Several months after the initial audition, while at Roosevelt Field Mall, Martinez received word that she had advanced to the second round. She then received multiple callbacks until she was finally selected to audition on the show itself.[15]. Martinez auditioned ...
Click the pic to emlarge to readable size. Basically, the letter tells me where and when to turn up for my audition. Odd, seeing as I didnt know knitting was an accepted X factor genre. Still, who am I to argue ...
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Researchers have established how a molecule in the inner ear of mammals helps fine-tune auditory perception. Their findings help explain how the brain communicates with the inner ear, reducing its res...
Put them on the third/fourth square from the right, and put them on one of the lowest notes at the piano roll, and check it out :P. when u think its cool, you can filter the bass a little bit with the fruity free filter or parametric EQ II, so that you get the same sound as you have in this song, but then ten times harder.. (do not put your bass on the max volume, speaking out of experience). first time when i did that, the subwoofer fell straight on my head because it kinda jumped a bit when it had to amplify my bass/kick :P.. Anyway, srry for this craplong review :P ...
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Auditory Psychophysics and Perception. Annu. Rev. Psychol. 47: 461-84. Available to download from: http://arjournals. ... Through these, the perception of a physical stimulus (sound) and our psychological response to the sound is measured. Several ... Auditory sensitivity changes when the duration of a sound becomes less than 1 second. The threshold intensity decreases by ... This is also known as the auditory threshold. The threshold of hearing is generally reported as the RMS sound pressure of 20 ...
Handel, S. (1995). Timbre perception and auditory object identification. Hearing, 425-461. Kendall, R.A. (1986). The role of ... Sensation due to stimulation of the auditory nerves and auditory centers of the brain, usually by vibrations transmitted in a ... and perceptual units in auditory perception". Psychological Review. 79 (2): 124-145. CiteSeerX doi:10.1037/ ... in sound perception it can often be used to identify the source of a sound and is an important component of timbre perception ( ...
Tateno A, Sawada K, Takahashi I, Hujiwara Y (August 2006). "Carbamazepine-induced transient auditory pitch-perception deficit ... Also, rare case reports of an auditory side effect have been made, whereby patients perceive sounds about a semitone lower than ...
A more poignant example exists through examining auditory perception. Generally speaking the greater the distance between the ... Depth perception for instance can be better explained under the embodied approach due to the sheer complexity of the action. ... Depth perception requires that the brain detect the disparate retinal images obtained by the distance of the two eyes. In ... The brain's auditory system takes these factors into account as it process information, but again without any need for a ...
Kuhl, P. K. (1983). "Perception of auditory equivalence classes for speech in early infancy". Infant Behavior and Development. ... In fact, both production and perception abilities continue to develop well into the school years, with the perception of some ... Infants as young as 1 month perceive some speech sounds as speech categories (they display categorical perception of speech). ... Their measure, monitoring infant sucking-rate, became a major experimental method for studying infant speech perception. ...
Wilson's work is characterised by architectural concerns with volume, illusionary spaces and auditory perception. His most ...
He maintained that upon perception the sound reaches the auditory nerve, brainstem and thalamus. At this point features ... This expert used auditory and motor memory along with conceptual memory. Together the auditory and motor representations allow ... An incoming auditory stimulus evokes responses measured in the form of an event-related potential (ERP), measured brain ... Trainor L, McFadden M, Hodgson L, Darragh L, Barlow J, Matsos L, Sonnadara R (2003). "Changes in auditory cortex and the ...
The flow velocity tracings are monitored during paradigm 1 comprising a checkerboard square as object perception are compared ... Analysis of cognitive styles in the auditory modality". Brain and Language. 41 (3): 367-80. doi:10.1016/0093-934x(91)90161-s. ... Njemanze, PC; Gomez, CR; Horenstein, S (1992). "Cerebral lateralization and color perception: A transcranial Doppler study". ... Njemanze, PC (1991). "Cerebral lateralization in linguistic and nonlinguistic perception: ...
"The Ponzo illusion using auditory substitution of vision in sighted and early blind subjects". Perception. 34 (7): 857-867. doi ... Like depth perception, motion perception is responsible for a number of sensory illusions. Film animation is based on the ... A regular scientific source for illusions are the journals Perception and i-Perception Bach, Michael; Poloschek, C. M. (2006 ... "Vertical-horizontal illusion present for sighted but not early blind humans using auditory substitution of vision". Perception ...
"Auditory Perception". Archived from the original on 2010-04-10.. *^ DeLiang Wang; Guy J. Brown (2006). Computational auditory ... The sound localization mechanisms of the mammalian auditory system have been extensively studied. The auditory system uses ... Perception & Psychophysics. 51 (2): 182-186. doi:10.3758/bf03212242.. *^ Roffler Suzanne K.; Butler Robert A. (1968). "Factors ... a b c Zhao R. Study of Auditory Transmission Sound Localization System[D], University of Science and Technology of China, 2006. ...
Eatock, R. (2010). Auditory receptors and transduction. In E. Goldstein (Ed.), Encyclopedia of perception. (pp. 184-187). ... In the gustatory system, perception of five primary taste qualities (sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami [savoriness] ) ... which travel along auditory nerves to hearing centres in the brain. In the olfactory system, odorant molecules in the mucus ... In the auditory system, sound vibrations (mechanical energy) are transduced into electrical energy by hair cells in the inner ...
... individuals with AS have deficits in some tasks involving visual-spatial perception, auditory perception, or visual memory.[11] ... Individuals with AS often have excellent auditory and visual perception.[58] Children with ASD often demonstrate enhanced ... auditory perception deficits; unusually pedantic, formal, or idiosyncratic speech; and oddities in loudness, pitch, intonation ... Motor and sensory perception. Individuals with Asperger syndrome may have signs or symptoms that are independent of the ...
The misrepresentation of speech in the auditory cortex results in the perception of external voices in the form of auditory ... The temporal lobe is involved in primary auditory perception, such as hearing, and holds the primary auditory cortex. The ... Its most explicit symptom is the perception of external voices in the form of auditory hallucinations. The cause of such ... Auditory Adjacent areas in the superior, posterior, and lateral parts of the temporal lobes are involved in high-level auditory ...
Dooling, R.J. (1982). Auditory perception in birds. Acoustic Communication in Birds, Vol. 1 (eds D.E. Kroodsma & E.H. Miller). ... designed an auditory feedback perturbation protocol in order to explore the role of auditory feedback in adult song maintenance ... Auditory feedback in birdsong learning[edit]. Early experiments by Thorpe in 1954 showed the importance of a bird being able to ... If this is true, then the firing rates of LMAN neurons will be sensitive to changes in auditory feedback.. *Efference copy ...
That is, the processing of visual and auditory stimuli, spatial manipulation, facial perception, and artistic ability are ... In hearing, about 90% of the neurons of the auditory nerve from one ear cross to project to the auditory cortex of the opposite ... People with right hemisphere damage may have impaired perception of low resolution, or big picture, aspects of an image. If a ... Left hemisphere damage has many effects on language production and perception. Damage or lesions to the right hemisphere can ...
a b Handel, S. (1995). Timbre perception and auditory object identification. Hearing, 425-461. ... Massaro, D.W. (1972). "Preperceptual images, processing time, and perceptual units in auditory perception". Psychological ... Sensation due to stimulation of the auditory nerves and auditory centers of the brain, usually by vibrations transmitted in a ... Cariani, Peter; Micheyl, Christophe (2012). "Toward a Theory of Information Processing in Auditory Cortex". The Human Auditory ...
... , or auditory perception, is the ability to perceive sounds by detecting vibrations,[1] changes in the pressure of the ... 2010). The neurophysiological bases of auditory perception. New York: Springer. ISBN 978-1-4419-5685-9. . OCLC 471801201.. ... This article is about auditory perception. For other uses, see Hearing (disambiguation). ... Sound is believed to first become consciously experienced at the primary auditory cortex. Around the primary auditory cortex ...
Auditory neuropathy a disorder of poor speech perception even though the tympanic membrane, middle ear structures, and cochlear ... If the auditory nerve becomes damaged, the affected person will become completely deaf in one or both ears. There is no cure ... Measles may cause auditory nerve damage but usually gives rise to a chronic middle ear problem giving rise to a mixed hearing ... People with auditory neuropathy may have normal hearing or hearing loss ranging from mild to severe. Inherited disorders People ...
Diana Deutsch, best known for her work in music perception and auditory illusions, has also made important contributions to ... Auditory processing disorder Auditory scene analysis Blind signal separation Cognitive inhibition Crossmodal attention Echoic ... Exploring intentional control of auditory selective attention". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and ... The auditory system is able to localize at least two sound sources and assign the correct characteristics to these sources ...
... neural representations of visual stimuli in human auditory cortex correlate with illusory auditory perceptions". PLoS ONE. 8 (9 ... Ventriloquism describes the situation in which auditory location perception is shifted toward a visual cue. The original study ... Multimodal perception is a scientific term that describes how animals form coherent, valid, and robust perception by processing ... perception) visual streams, as well as from the auditory association cortex.[62] Feedback projections have also been observed ...
Terhardt instead broke pitch perception into two steps: auditory frequency analysis in the inner ear, and harmonic pitch ... Terhardt rejected the idea of periodicity pitch, because it was not consistent with empirical data on pitch perception, e.g. ... In that respect, virtual pitch perception is similar to other forms of pattern recognition. It corresponds to the phenomenon ...
... is an American composer of experimental music and sound installations that explore acoustic phenomena and auditory perception. ...
Human Perception and Performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology. "How Employers Can Make Us Stop Multitasking". Harvard ... Koch I.; Lawo V.; Fels J.; Vorländer M. (2011). "Switching in the cocktail party: exploring intentional control of auditory ... How frequent are attention shifts to one's name in an irrelevant auditory channel. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning ... Appelbaum, Steven H.; Marchionni, Adam; Fernandez, Arturo (2008). "The multi-tasking paradox: perceptions, problems and ...
These can include sensory perception, motor functions, attention, memory, auditory and visual processing, language, problem ...
In this sense, a subject moves their attention away from the physical object responsible for auditory perception and toward the ... The purpose of this activity is to become aware of what it is in the field of perception that can be thought of as a certainty ...
... auditory perception of the physician. Karimi Hosseini et al evaluated the interobserver differences among specialists without ... The influence of auditory perception in measurement of blood pressure among specialist physicians. International Journal of ... any auditory impairment, and reported 68% of observers recorded systolic blood pressure in a range of 9.4 mmHg, diastolic blood ...
"Haptic Perception of Shape: touch illusions, forces and the geometry of objects". Archived from the original on August 19, 2013 ... Some tactile illusions are analogous to visual and auditory illusions, suggesting that these sensory systems may process ... Moving the crossed index and middle finger along an edge evokes the perception of two parallel edges. Similarly, if a person ... In such cases, the perception of a subsequent stimulus is altered. This phenomenon is sometimes referred to as a contingent ...
"Leftward Lateralization of Auditory Cortex Underlies Holistic Sound Perception in Williams Syndrome". PLoS ONE. 5 (8): e12326. ... Increased volume and activation of the left auditory cortex has been observed in people with Williams syndrome, which has been ... Some other strengths that have been associated with Williams syndrome are auditory short-term memory and facial recognition ... unreliable medical source?]Riby, Deborah M.; Hancock, Peter J.B. (2008). "Viewing it differently: Social scene perception in ...
A 2008 study also demonstrated subitizing and counting in auditory perception.[8] Even though the existence of subitizing in ... "Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 73: 1579-1585. doi:10.3758/s13414-011-0124-8. PMC 3118010 .. CS1 maint: Multiple names ... Taves, E.H. (1941). "Two mechanisms for the perception of visual numerousness". Archives of Psychology. 37: 1-47.. ... A 2006 study demonstrated that subitizing and counting are not restricted to visual perception, but also extend to tactile ...
Based on the auditory and tactile perception, the notes heard can be categorized as: Tympanitic, drum-like sounds heard over ...
A 2008 study also demonstrated subitizing and counting in auditory perception.[8] Even though the existence of subitizing in ... "Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 73 (5): 1579-1585. doi:10.3758/s13414-011-0124-8. PMC 3118010. PMID 21479724.. ... Taves, E.H. (1941). "Two mechanisms for the perception of visual numerousness". Archives of Psychology. 37: 1-47.. ... A 2006 study demonstrated that subitizing and counting are not restricted to visual perception, but also extend to tactile ...
Chen C-J, Dai Y-T, Sun Y-M, Lin Y-C, Juang Y-J. Evaluation of Auditory Fatigue in Combined Noise, Heat and Workload Exposure. ... It is thought to be an extension of the quantifiable psychological perception of sound. Common groups at risk of becoming ... As with any type of hearing-related disorder, the related physiology is within the ear and central auditory system. With ... Hirsh IJ, Bilger RC, Burns W. Auditory-Threshold Recovery after Exposures to Pure Tones. The Journal of the Acoustical Society ...
In addition, many audiologists work as auditory scientists in a research capacity. ... perception, anatomy, statistics, physics and research methods) or an additional preparatory year prior to entry into the ... auditory nerve and/or central nervous system). If an audiologist determines that a hearing loss or vestibular abnormality is ... auditory processing disorders, cochlear implant users and/or hearing aid users), from pediatric populations to veterans and may ...
... irrelevant to the human visual perception by exploiting perceptual features of human vision. For example, small differences in ... compression was to use psychoacoustics to recognize that not all data in an audio stream can be perceived by the human auditory ... lossy processing stage that data gets quantized in order to reduce information that is irrelevant to human visual perception. ...
The sound environment the NICU provides can be disruptive, but music therapy can mask unwanted auditory stimuli and promote a ... They found that music therapy was effective in altering perceptions in the midst of adversity, was a strong component of ... Multi-modal stimulation (MMS) includes the applications of auditory, tactile, vestibular, and visual stimulation that helps aid ... while also reducing pain perception for the infant. The Gato Box is a small rectangular instrument that stimulates a prenatal ...
"Spatiotemporal convergence of semantic processing in reading and speech perception". Journal of Neuroscience. 29: 9271-9280. ... "Localizing the distributed language network responsible for the N400 measured by MEG during auditory sentence processing". ...
One such marker has been found to be a reliable indicator of lifestyle: the external auditory exostosis also called surfer's ... At this time, many archaeologists underestimated the public perception of archaeologists as non-productive members of society ... Kennedy, G. E. (1986-12-01). "The relationship between auditory exostoses and cold water: A latitudinal analysis". American ... Villotte, Sébastien; Knüsel, Christopher J. (2016-04-01). "External auditory exostoses and prehistoric aquatic resource ...
Auditory hallucinations are thus also common: "patients can hear simple sounds, structured melodies or complete sentences".[2] ... Hallucinations are commonly understood as "sensory perceptions that occur in the absence of an objective stimulus".[1] As this ... which involve sudden changes in the perception of the body's location, or even a sense of movement of the entire body. Finally ...
The auditory area is located in the temporal lobe. The temporal lobe deals with the recognition and perception of auditory ... Role of right auditory cortex in fine pitch resolution[edit]. The primary auditory cortex is one of the main areas associated ... Auditory-motor interactions[edit]. Feedforward and feedback interactions[edit]. An auditory-motor interaction may be loosely ... Auditory arrhythmia[edit]. Arrhythmia in the auditory modality is defined as a disturbance of rhythmic sense; and includes ...
Perceptions. *Visual perception (vision). *Auditory perception (hearing). *Equilibrioception (balance). *Olfaction (smell). * ... The Rapidly Adapting (RA) or Meissner corpuscle end-organ mechanoreceptor underlies the perception of flutter[8] and slip on ... The Pacinian corpuscle or Vater-Pacinian corpuscles or Lamellar corpuscles[10] underlie the perception of high frequency ... The Slowly Adapting type 1 (SA1) mechanoreceptor, with the Merkel corpuscle end-organ, underlies the perception of form and ...
Auditory processing disorder. *Deficits in attention, motor control and perception. *Developmental coordination disorder ...
The word was intended to describe the separation of functioning between personality, thinking, memory, and perception.[75] ... Paranoid subtype: Delusions or auditory hallucinations are present. However, thought disorder, disorganized behavior, or lack ...
MEG also accurately pinpoints sources in primary auditory, somatosensory and motor areas. For creating functional maps of human ... Isabel Gauthier neuroscientist and head of the Object Perception Lab at Vanderbilt University ...
In addition to dysphasia, anomia and auditory processing disorder can impede the quality of auditory perception, and therefore ... Perception[edit]. Main article: Speech perception. Speech perception refers to the processes by which humans can interpret and ... a linguistic auditory signal is first sent from the auditory cortex to Wernicke's area. The lexicon is accessed in Wernicke's ... Speech perception is categorical, in that people put the sounds they hear into categories rather than perceiving them as a ...
This indicates that verbal perception is a quickly acquired skill for offspring, followed closely by auditory comprehension, ... Weiss, D.; Hauser, M. (2002). "Perception of harmonics in the combination long call of cotton-top tamarins, Saguinus oedipus". ... Weiss, D.; Garibaldi, B.; Hauser, M. D. (2001). "The production and perception of long calls by cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus ... Scientists thus consider the whole, intact string of vocalizations to be the unit of perception for CLCs in the cotton-top ...
Sleep paralysis may be accompanied by visual, auditory or tactile hallucinations. Not a disorder unless severe. Often seen as ... Parasomnias - A category of sleep disorders that involve abnormal and unnatural movements, behaviors, emotions, perceptions, ...
... hallucinogen persisting perception disorder,[32] schizoaffective disorder,[33] borderline personality disorder,[34] and post- ... that measures auditory processing speed and calculation ability.[53] Another study reported that lamotrigine might be a safe ... the only statistical improvement in core ADHD symptoms was an improvement on a Paced Auditory Serial Addition Test (PASAT) ... "Hallucinogen-persisting perception disorder". Therapeutic Advances in Psychopharmacology. 2 (5): 199-205. doi:10.1177/ ...
How fear plays into your perceptions on things. Games and scenarios involving trying to remember things when there is fear ... auditory, and other cognitive experiments, or "brain games", that emphasize the main points presented in each episode. The ... Illusions highlight how your visual perceptions can be surprisingly off. Scenarios and games involving perspective such as the ... the effect of sound on perception, and when focusing on one object causes ones in the periphery to move differently. ...
For auditory signals and human listeners, the accepted range is 20Hz to 20kHz, the limits of human hearing. ... Hypersonic effect, controversial claim for human perception above 20,000 Hz. *Loudspeaker. *Musical acoustics ...
Perceptions of bird species vary across cultures. Owls are associated with bad luck, witchcraft, and death in parts of Africa,[ ... Birds communicate using primarily visual and auditory signals. Signals can be interspecific (between species) and intraspecific ... Brown, J.W. & Van Tuinen, M. (2011). "Evolving Perceptions on the Antiquity of the Modern Avian Tree, in Living Dinosaurs". The ... Some birds also use mechanical sounds for auditory communication. The Coenocorypha snipes of New Zealand drive air through ...
See also: Evolution of mammalian auditory ossicles. Hadrocodium, whose fossils date from the early Jurassic, provides the first ... "Perception. 35. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2012-01-26.. ...
... such low spark energy is often below the threshold of human visual and auditory perception. ...
Auditory processing deficits have also been proposed as a cause of stuttering. Stuttering is less prevalent in deaf and hard-of ... perceptions of self (stutterers' self-rating of reactions to speech situations (SSRSS)), quality of life (overall assessment of ... Altered auditory feedback, so that people who stutter hear their voice differently, has been used for over 50 years in the ... Capacity for fluent speech may be affected by a predisposition to the disorder, auditory processing or motor speech deficits, ...
Congenital stenosis or atresia of the external auditory canal (narrow or blocked ear canal). *Ear canal stenosis & atresia can ... loss may require other treatment modalities such as hearing aid devices to improve detection of sound and speech perception. ... Acquired stenosis (narrowing) of the external auditory canal following surgery or radiotherapy ...
"First glimpse of brain circuit that helps experience to shape perception". ScienceDaily. Retrieved 2 March 2014.. ... Pyramidal cells from the primary auditory cortex project directly on to the cochlear nucleus. This is important in the acoustic ... Granule cells in the dorsal cochlear nucleus play a role in the perception and response to sounds in our environment. ... Weedman DL, Ryugo DK (1996). "Projections from auditory cortex to the cochlear nucleus in rats: synapses on granule cell ...
Psychology and perception[edit]. Auditory pareidolia is a situation created when the brain incorrectly interprets random ... "Auditory Pareidolia: Effects of Contextual Priming on Perceptions of Purportedly Paranormal and Ambiguous Auditory Stimuli" ... However, scientists regard EVP as a form of auditory pareidolia (interpreting random sounds as voices in one's own language) ... "If one expects to hear voices, constructive perception will produce voices. The voices, not surprisingly, are usually described ...
Cones function in well-lit conditions and are responsible for the perception of colour, as well as high-acuity vision used for ... which translates that image into electrical neural impulses to the brain to create visual perception. The retina serves a ... Several important features of visual perception can be traced to the retinal encoding and processing of light. ...
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  • Further characterizing the neural mechanisms explaining auditory processing may help to understand better these connections, and ultimately improve our knowledge on numerous clinical conditions associated with abnormal auditory processes, including language impairment, schizophrenia or autism spectrum disorder. (
  • With the present thesis, we aimed to contribute to the characterization of two different mechanisms of brain function within the auditory domain, as measured with electroencephalography (EEG). (
  • Concerning the second mechanism of brain function studied, induced oscillations, in the third study we aimed to disentangle whether binaural beats, an auditory illusion produced by the dichotic presentation of two pure tones with slightly different frequencies, would modulate ongoing oscillatory activity in the brain at different frequency bands. (
  • Here, we measured middle latency and long latency responses, two evoked potentials reflecting activity from different hierarchical levels of auditory processing, and demonstrated a functional dissociation between them in the encoding of deviant probability. (
  • However, our results suggested cTBS did not affect the auditory evoked potentials recorded, and it may be ineffective to produce inhibitory effects in the auditory cortex. (
  • In the first study, we focused on deviance detection, a defining feature of the auditory system consisting on the detection of stimuli breaking a previously encoded acoustic regularity. (
  • The auditory system is a crucial element in our interaction with the environment, linked with several cognitive functions such as attention, memory and language. (
  • Previous studies with animals showed that vagal activity increases during relaxing auditory stimulation and boosts the expression of a protein called c-Fos in the auditory cortex. (
  • The P300 test was used in this study to analyze auditory attention to a sound stimulus by monitoring the prefrontal cortex and auditory cortex activity via electrodes placed on the forehead, cranial vertex and earlobes. (
  • A proposed multiphase compensation model suggests two distinct types of bottom-up related tinnitus: an auditory cortex related tinnitus and a parahippocampal cortex related tinnitus. (
  • We demonstrate that top-down related tinnitus is related to a change in the pregenual anterior cingulate cortex that corresponds to increased activity in the auditory cortex. (
  • We first present songbirds as an attractive model to explore how neuroestrogens in auditory cortex modulate vocal communication processing and learning. (
  • Further, we examine how estrogens may enhance vocal learning and auditory memory consolidation in sensory cortex via mechanisms similar to those found in the hippocampus of rodents and birds. (
  • Feedback signals from the primary auditory cortex (A1) can shape the receptive field properties of neurons in the ventral division of the medial geniculate body (MGBv). (
  • Here we demonstrate mistuning sensitivity in the thalamus and that feedback from the primary auditory cortex is required for the normal ability of ferrets to detect a mistuned harmonic within a complex sound. (
  • Auditory cortex processes variation in our own speech. (
  • Here we record from single units in auditory cortex of rats performing a self-initiated go/no-go auditory task. (
  • These are collected by about 30,000 nerve fibers which go down the auditory nerve and after several stops reach the auditory cortex. (
  • Much as in both the visual and tactile systems, there seems to be a fairly direct mapping from position on the cochlea to position in the auditory cortex. (
  • But in primates, for example, little is known about exactly what features are extracted in the auditory cortex. (
  • A likely generator of the N1 response is the auditory cortex, which matures differently without auditory stimulation during a critical period. (
  • Neural responses were measured from electrodes implanted over auditory association cortex in the posterior superior temporal gyrus (pSTG) of epileptic patients. (
  • 1996 ) showed that three different kinds of visual motion (optic flow, coherent and biological motion) yield foci of activation within stimulus-specific regions of the left superior temporal gyrus (STG), regions that they were able to localize unambiguously in the auditory cortex. (
  • We tested the specific contributions of visual and auditory cortex to tactile perception in healthy adult volunteers using anodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). (
  • We measured perceptual sensitivity before, during, and after tDCS application over either visual cortex or auditory cortex. (
  • Conversely, anodal stimulation over auditory cortex selectively improved tactile frequency sensitivity, but not spatial acuity. (
  • These results reveal a clear double-dissociation in the crossmodal contributions of visual and auditory cortex to tactile perception, and support a supramodal brain organization scheme in which visual and auditory cortex comprise distributed networks that support shape and frequency perception, independent of sensory input modality. (
  • WA, a condition resulting in severely disrupted auditory comprehension, primarily occurs following a cerebrovascular accident (CVA) to the left temporo-parietal cortex. (
  • Massive congratulations to Julia Erb from the @ObleserLab being now in press at @eLife with her N=64-fMRI-encoding/decoding monster "Temporal selectivity declines in the aging human auditory cortex", with Lea-Maria Schmitt and myself as co-authors. (
  • The first relate to the auditory cortex. (
  • This process is accomplished by operations happening in three separate brain areas: the brainstem, thalamus, and auditory cortex. (
  • A great deal of research suggests that neurons in the auditory cortex, especially in the right cerebral hemisphere, are important for distinguishing fine gradations of frequency, creating the psychological sensation of pitch. (
  • their existence sheds new light on the functional architecture of the human auditory cortex. (
  • Baru, A. V. Differential thresholds of frequency in relation to duration of tonal series in animals after ablation of the auditory cortex. (
  • Studies in the auditory system, for example, have demonstrated that performance in detecting sounds and gaps in noise, or the discrimination of lexical stimuli, varies with the power and phase of rhythmic activity between about 1 and 12 Hz ( 4 ⇓ ⇓ ⇓ ⇓ - 9 ). (
  • However, exactly how auditory stimuli influence heart rate control by the vagus nerve was poorly understood. (
  • Early automatic hyperarousal in response to neutral novel auditory stimuli among trauma-exposed individuals with and without PTSD: An ERP study. (
  • For example Meredith and Stein ( 1986 , 1996 ) and Stein, Meredith, and Wallace ( 1993 ) found in cat superior colliculus multimodal neurons that respond to visual as well as auditory stimuli and integrate (non-linearly) signals of these two modalities. (
  • In addition, audiovisual mirror neurons respond even when only the sound of an action is perceived, without any significant activation for auditory stimuli not related to action (Kohler et al. (
  • One area of interest is auditory visual integration of moving stimuli. (
  • Human fMRI data show that many cortical areas are activated by both visual and auditory moving stimuli. (
  • Patients in the auditory group received an additional control visit in which the same painful stimuli were administered, but white noise was substituted for the alpha entrainment. (
  • Objective: This work investigates the nature of the comprehension impairment in Wernicke's aphasia (WA), by examining the relationship between deficits in auditory processing of fundamental, non-verbal acoustic stimuli and auditory comprehension. (
  • Methods: We examined analysis of basic acoustic stimuli in WA participants (n = 10) using auditory stimuli reflective of theories of cortical auditory processing and of speech cues. (
  • Conclusion: These results demonstrate the co-occurrence of a deficit in fundamental auditory processing of temporal and spectro-temporal non-verbal stimuli in WA, which may have a causal contribution to the auditory language comprehension impairment. (
  • Auditory stimuli were filtered (300Hz low-pass) and all stimuli were presented in the context of 50dB of white noise. (
  • Three methods are traditionally used for testing a subject's perception of a stimulus: the method of limits, the method of constant stimuli, and the method of adjustment. (
  • The question addressed here was whether continuous moving auditory stimuli can also influence visual motion perception under the same experimental conditions. (
  • Such perception is called veridical perception-the direct perception of stimuli as they exist. (
  • Veridical perception also causes a person to experience changing stimuli as if they were stable: even though the sensory image of an approaching tiger grows larger, for example, one tends to perceive that the animal's size remains unchanged. (
  • Auditory and visual stimuli could each occur at high or low elevations. (
  • These multisensory stimuli could be congruent or incongruent for three correspondence types: cross-modal featural (auditory pitch/visual elevation), within-modal featural (auditory pitch/auditory elevation) and cross-modal spatial (auditory and visual elevation). (
  • Moreover, their response to stimuli degraded by frequency filtering paralleled the subjects' behavioural performance in voice-perception tasks that used these stimuli. (
  • Previous research has demonstrated that auditory and visual stimuli have individual effects on the accuracy of a person's estimation of time-to-contact (TTC), the time at which two objects collide. (
  • Incongruent stimuli did not lead children in the age 4-6 group to select the auditory component of the stimulus more often than the visual. (
  • Visual perception of two dimensional stimuli. (
  • N2 Potential is considered a mixed component elicited both by exogenous factors, as by endogenous factors, contributes to the physical breakdown of the acoustic characteristics of the stimuli and also relates to endogenous factors related to the sensorial auditory processing, responsible for the activities of attention, perception, discrimination and recognition of sound 4 . (
  • According to Valenti, a professor at the UNESP campus in Marília and principal investigator for the study, recent research had already shown that heart rate can fluctuate in response to auditory stimulation and that these variations are controlled by the vagus nerve. (
  • Binaural Electric-Acoustic Fusion: Speech Perception under Dichotic Stimulation. (
  • Binaural Electric-Acoustic Fusion: Speech Perception under Dichotic Stimulation A majority of hearing impaired people suffers from social isolation because they face difficulties understanding speech in noisy environment, for instance in a busy street or in a restaurant full of talkative people. (
  • Visual and auditory stimulation at 3 frequencies in the alpha-band range caused an analgesic effect in participants exposed to experimental pain, according to a study recently published in the European Journal of Pain . (
  • however, visual stimulation at 8 and 10 Hz was associated with a numerically larger decrease in pain ratings than the auditory entrainment. (
  • This provides further evidence that external stimulation can modulate pain perception and requires further study to ascertain its relevance to clinical pain states. (
  • Ecsy K, Jones AKP, Brown CA. Alpha-range visual and auditory stimulation reduces the perception of pain. (
  • s (Exp Brain Res 157:537-541, 2004) paradigm (involving an indirect behavioural measure of the bouncing-disks effect), in which the 2D visual display was presented together with either a brief tone, a continuous moving sound, or in the absence of any form of auditory stimulation. (
  • The results of a second experiment revealed that the effect of the continuous moving sound reported in Experiment 1 was not caused simply by the presence of continuous auditory stimulation per se. (
  • Objective: We compared intracranial recordings of auditory event-related responses with electrocortical stimulation mapping (ESM) to determine their functional relationship. (
  • Boatman-Reich, D. / Intracranial mapping of auditory perception : Event-related responses and electrocortical stimulation . (
  • Auditory perception probably relies on a combination of spectral and temporal information available in the acoustic stimulus. (
  • Auditory temporal processing, reading, and phonological awareness among aging adults. (
  • Dyslexia as multi-deficit disorder: Working memory and auditory temporal processing. (
  • Auditory spectral versus spatial temporal order judgment: Threshold distribution analysis. (
  • The effect of ADHD and methylphenidate treatment on adult auditory temporal order judgment thresholds. (
  • We have more recently followed-up these initial results, showing that frequency and severity of auditory hallucinations correlate positively with increased levels of glutamate in temporal brain regions, but negatively in frontal (ACC) regions, as would be predicted from the VOICE model for auditory hallucinations proposed by Hugdahl in 2009. (
  • Using the MRS method we have preliminary evidence of a positive correlation between Glu levels and frequency and severity of auditory hallucinations in the left upper posterior temporal lobe, and a corresponding negative correlation in the medial frontal lobe. (
  • The temporal theory of hearing states that our perception of sound depends on the temporal patterns with which neurons respond to sound in the cochlea. (
  • Auditory processing was evaluated using structured tasks designed to reveal the listeners' ability to perceive temporal and spectral cues. (
  • This workshop will comprise a series of presentations that provide state-of-the-art information about the origins of temporal patterning in the auditory periphery and transformations of these patterns along the ascending neural pathways. (
  • One goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for discussion of cutting-edge research related to temporal representations, bringing together researchers from a wide range of auditory laboratories. (
  • Another goal is to provide, for graduate students and post-doctoral trainees, a focused overview of recent findings related to auditory temporal responses and related signal processing. (
  • Coding of temporal envelope vs. temporal fine structure in the auditory nerve - still a useful distinction? (
  • This indicates that the temporal window of audio-tactile integration is comparable to that found in the visual-auditory domain. (
  • Without its underlying temporal structure, perception would be unthinkable. (
  • Neural correlates of individual differences in temporal Gestalt perception. (
  • A cortico-striatal neural system enhances auditory perception through temporal context processing. (
  • Whilst damage to posterior superior temporal areas is associated with auditory linguistic comprehension impairments, functional-imaging indicates that these areas may not be specific to speech processing but part of a network for generic auditory analysis. (
  • Auditory spectral, temporal and spectro-temporal analysis was assessed using pure-tone frequency discrimination, frequency modulation (FM) detection and the detection of dynamic modulation (DM) in ?moving ripple? (
  • The present study relates self-reported musical experience and objectively measured musical aptitude to a skill that is important in music perception: temporal resolution (or acuity). (
  • Many important cues for speech and music perception require AC temporal processing ( Phillips, 1999 ). (
  • Results: ESM impaired perception and comprehension of speech, not tones, at electrode sites in the posterior temporal lobe. (
  • Rhythm is the pattern of temporal intervals within a musical measure or phrase that in turn creates the perception of stronger and weaker beats. (
  • 2 Motor corte Superior temporal gyrus/auditory corte Pitch A percept according to which periodic sounds may be ordered from low to high. (
  • Roseboom, Kawabe, & Nishida, 2013) In this study we attempted to fill in this research gap by examining the effect of auditory speed cues over visual speed cues in a two-dimensional TTC scenario, and by determining if an object's temporal presence influences accurate perception of TTC by using occlusion. (
  • The qualities of perception depend not only on the sensory inputs but also on the brain state before stimulus presentation. (
  • Although the collective evidence from neuroimaging studies for a relation between prestimulus state and perception is strong, the interpretation in the context of sensory computations or decision processes has remained difficult. (
  • To dissociate influences of state on earlier sensory representations and higher-level decision processes, we collected behavioral and EEG data in human participants performing two auditory discrimination tasks relying on distinct acoustic features. (
  • Within auditory networks, we found that phase had no direct influence on choice, whereas power in task-specific frequency bands affected the encoding of sensory evidence. (
  • Hence, it is tempting to interpret the reported prestimulus effects in neuroimaging studies as direct evidence for a link between the neural gain of early sensory cortices and perception. (
  • We are also exploring feedback training methods that could leverage other intact sensory systems to circumvent abnormal auditory processing. (
  • Behavioural engagement can enhance sensory perception. (
  • Timing perception is an inherent feature of all sensory experience. (
  • Unisensory training, on the other hand, focuses individually on each of the main modalities of sensory input (auditory, visual). (
  • The article starts by looking at early research that focused on the effect of background noise on the sensory-discriminative aspects of taste/flavour perception and on people's hedonic responses to food and beverage items. (
  • The interaction between auditory and motor systems is of particular interest, because each action in a performance produces sound, which influences each subsequent action, leading to remarkable sensory motor interplay (FIG. 1). (
  • CNTN6 mutations are risk factors for abnormal auditory sensory perception in autism spectrum disorders. (
  • These results reinforce the hypothesis of abnormal neuronal connectivity in the pathophysiology of ASD and shed new light on the genes that increase risk for abnormal sensory perception in ASD. (
  • In addition, it wasn't clear whether heart rate control interacted with the cortical brain activity associated with auditory attention in humans. (
  • 2019) Interaction Between Cortical Auditory Processing and Vagal Regulation of Heart Rate in Language Tasks: A Randomized, Prospective, Observational, Analytical and Cross-Sectional Study. (
  • Self-initiation transforms cortical tuning curves and bidirectionally modulates stimulus-evoked activity patterns and improves auditory detection and recognition. (
  • Optogenetic disruption of cortical activity before and during tone presentation shows that these changes in evoked and spontaneous activity are important for sound perception. (
  • Results are discussed in the context of traditional neuropsychology and current models of cortical auditory processing. (
  • Conclusions: Intracranial auditory event-related responses to speech were associated with cortical sites critical for auditory perception and comprehension of speech. (
  • Significance: These results suggest that the distribution and magnitude of intracranial auditory event-related responses to speech reflect the functional significance of the underlying cortical regions and may be useful for pre-surgical functional mapping. (
  • Colavita, F. B., Auditory cortical lesions and visual pattern discrimination in the cat. (
  • The integrity of the auditory pathway in the brain was verified electrophysiologically using a standard procedure called long-latency auditory evoked potential (P300). (
  • The aim of this study was to elucidate the role of this descending pathway in the perception of complex sounds. (
  • The results suggest that auditory pathway abnormality is a relatively common consequence of FRDA. (
  • These areas, which include field L subfields L1 and L3, as well as the adjacent caudomedial nidopallium (NCM) and caudomedial mesopallium (CMM), are part of the central auditory pathway and constitute a lobule in the caudomedial aspect of the telencephalon. (
  • Clinical investigations of the patients carrying CNTN5 or CNTN6 variants showed that they were hypersensitive to sounds (a condition called hyperacusis) and displayed changes in wave latency within the auditory pathway. (
  • The sample consisted of convenience and comprised by 49 subjects, including 29 females and 20 males.The following procedures were performed: Visual inspection of the external auditory canal, pure tone audiometry, acoustic immittance measures and long latency auditory evoked potentials, which was performed twice, one after the other, with individuals paying attention to the rare stimulus, always starting counting mentally and after marking on paper. (
  • Since spectral, envelope and TFS information are all important for normal auditory perception and they are all present in the stimulus waveform, this suggests that normal perception requires an appropriate neural representation of the information contained in the stimulus waveform. (
  • For the dog bark stimulus, the low level of compression affected perception greater at the 6.5 ft distance than at the 16.5 ft distance. (
  • Speech perception in noise may be facilitated by presenting the concurrent optic stimulus of observable speech gestures. (
  • Through these, the perception of a physical stimulus (sound) and our psychological response to the sound is measured. (
  • Specifically, it has been suggested that WC gap perception entails detection of simple discontinuity of activity in fibers activated by the stimulus. (
  • Since research in processing has demonstrated an auditory preference in the processing of young children and a visual preference in adults, it was expected that under conditions of incongruency, children would select the auditory portion of the bimodal stimulus and adults would select the visual portion. (
  • The integrations that were provided by children in the age 4-6 age group were primarily related to the acoustic cues of the auditory portion of the incongruent stimulus. (
  • Results suggested that the auditory cue influenced the youngest children's responses even if they did not always select the auditory portion of the incongruent stimulus. (
  • identifying if there are differences in the findings of Long Latency Auditory Evoked Potencial for latency and amplitude in different ways of counting the rare stimulus, being mentally counting or marking on paper (without memorizing). (
  • The time required to conjoin stimulus features in high-rate serial presentation tasks was estimated in auditory and visual modalities. (
  • Global timing: a conceptual framework to investigate the neural basis of rhythm perception in humans and non-human species. (
  • This article reviews the research that has looked at the role of audition in both flavour perception and feeding behaviour in humans. (
  • Only acoustic waves that have frequencies lying between about 20 Hz and 20 kHz, the audio frequency range, elicit an auditory percept in humans. (
  • Space perception , process through which humans and other organisms become aware of the relative positions of their own bodies and objects around them. (
  • Jan Schnupp is Professor of Neuroscience and Codirector of the Auditory Neuroscience Research Group in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics at Oxford University and a Fellow of St. Peter's College. (
  • Andrew King is Professor of Neurophysiology, Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow, and Codirector of the Auditory Neuroscience Research Group in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics at Oxford University and a Fellow of Merton College. (
  • Auditory neuroscience : making sense of sound / Jan Schnupp, Israel Nelken, and Andrew King. (
  • This excellent book is valuable in providing a detailed view of auditory neuroscience. (
  • This book is unique in its elegant unification of a broad view of the fundamentals of hearing with a highly sophisticated account of the current state of auditory neuroscience. (
  • An advantage of neuroscience is that we can relate our answer to established empirical findings and draw from two especially relevant domains: the neuroscience of auditory perception and of the reward system. (
  • We review the cognitive neuroscience literature of both motor and auditory domains, highlighting the value of studying interactions between these systems in a musical contet, and propose some ideas concerning the role of the premotor corte in integration of higher order features of music with appropriately timed and organized actions. (
  • Among the tests available to assess the central function is the Long Latency Auditory Evoked Potential (LLAEP). (
  • Research on auditory perception at the LMA aims to understand how sound signals are processed by the human auditory system. (
  • My new research in the Aphasia Research Lab investigates how abnormalities in auditory-motor prediction signals may contribute to speech production disorders. (
  • Auditory performance with degraded acoustic signals. (
  • 2002 ). Auditory and visual signals interact in defining the response profile of these neurons. (
  • Perception and production of English vowels in isolated words and sentences was tested pre/post training, and the participants' auditory frequency discrimination and visual bias was also evaluated. (
  • Auditory motion affects visual motion perception in a speeded discrimination task. (
  • However, the within-modal featural correspondence affected the cross-modal featural correspondence during discrimination of auditory elevation and pitch, while the reverse modulation was observed only during discrimination of auditory pitch. (
  • The cross-modal spatial correspondence modulated the other two correspondences only when auditory elevation was being attended, was modulated by the cross-modal featural correspondence only during attention to auditory pitch, and was modulated by the within-modal featural correspondence while performing discrimination of either auditory elevation or pitch.We conclude that the cross-modal correspondence between auditory pitch and visual elevation interacts strongly with auditory elevation. (
  • It focuses on psychophysics and perception as well as being relevant to basic auditory research. (
  • Research in the Auditory Perception Laboratory is focused on changes in speech perception and basic auditory abilities with aging. (
  • Previous evidence has supported basic auditory perception as a bottom-up operation. (
  • H93.291 is a billable ICD code used to specify a diagnosis of other abnormal auditory perceptions, right ear. (
  • The impact of auditory-visual integration deprivation on neural development and ability to make use of optic cues must also be investigated. (
  • We suggest that the head start inhibits representations of incompatible auditory phonemes, increasing perceptual accuracy and decreasing total neural responses. (
  • Their vowel perception improved after training, regardless of the training mode used, and perceptual training also led to improved vowel production. (
  • It covers many topics including sound and the auditory system, locating sound sources, the basis for loudness judgments, perception of acoustic sequences, perceptual restoration of obliterated sounds, speech production and perception, and the relation of hearing to perception in general. (
  • Focusing on vowel sounds from a wide variety of languages, we use a combination of acoustic measurements of natural tokens, computer simulation of preferred vowel systems, and perceptual and statistical pattern recognition experiments to test predictions of the Theory of Adaptive Dispersion (TAD) and several of its corollaries (namely, the Size Principle, the Hyper and Hypo Theory, and the Auditory Enhancement Hypothesis). (
  • Our rich phenomenological experience of these sounds is the product of a sophisticated perceptual system that takes these vibrations and transforms them into what psychologists call internal representations (perception, thoughts, memories, emotions, etc.), which can be related to our memories of other sounds and knowledge of the world in general. (
  • Many psychologists who deal with perceptual function hold that the study of space perception is rapidly becoming a distinct branch of psychology in its own right. (
  • Space perception research also offers insight into ways that perceptual behaviour helps orient the individual to the environment. (
  • Narrowly defined, (C)AP refers to the perceptual processing of auditory information in the CNS and the neurobiologic activity that underlies that processing and gives rise to electrophysiologic auditory potentials. (
  • Central) Auditory Processing Disorder [(C)APD] refers to difficulties in the perceptual processing of auditory information in the CNS as demonstrated by poor performance in one or more of the above skills. (
  • The evaluations were conducted in all of the modalities of interest (auditory-visual, auditory, visual). (
  • Specifically, ongoing studies are investigating if speech recognition performance in older hearing-impaired listeners is associated with complex suprathreshold auditory abilities such as spectral shape perception. (
  • There was high spatial concordance between ESM sites critical for speech perception and the largest spectral power (100% concordance) and N1 (83%) responses to speech. (
  • The auditory system uses several cues for sound source localization, including time- and level-differences (or intensity-difference) between both ears, spectral information, timing analysis, correlation analysis, and pattern matching. (
  • In the auditory system, for example, previous studies have reported a wide range of effects in terms of the perceptually relevant frequency bands and state parameters (phase/power). (
  • In this study, we examined whether this phenomenon is 1) dependent on a visual fixation reference, 2) selective for frequency bands (high-pass and low-pass noise) related to specific auditory spatial channels, 3) matched by a shift in the perceived straight-ahead (PSA), and 4) accompanied by a spatial shift for visual and/or bimodal (visual and auditory) targets. (
  • Results showed that the spatial shift induced by ocular eccentricity is 1) preserved for auditory targets without a visual fixation reference, 2) generalized for all frequency bands, and thus all auditory spatial channels, 3) paralleled by a shift in PSA, and 4) restricted to auditory space. (
  • The effect of delayed auditory feedback (DAF) and frequency altered feedback (FAF) on speech production: cochlear implanted versus normal hearing individuals. (
  • As stated in the proposal, there is a need for new approaches to cognitive training of auditory hallucinations, as well as new ways of acquiring data on frequency and content of auditory hallucinations in real-time (not only through retrospective interviews). (
  • Place theory is a theory of hearing which states that our perception of sound depends on where each component frequency produces vibrations along the basilar membrane. (
  • Volley theory states that groups of neurons of the auditory system respond to a sound by firing action potentials slightly out of phase with one another so that when combined, a greater frequency of sound can be encoded and sent to the brain to be analyzed. (
  • The water sounds were modified by changing the loudness and/or frequency composition of the auditory feedback emitted by the water samples. (
  • In the auditory experiment, targets were defined by frequency, location, or the conjunction of frequency and location features. (
  • According to a study by the group published in Scientific Reports , brain activity related to auditory attention keeps pace with heart rate. (
  • Statistical analyses, including correlations and linear regression models, indicated a weak but significant association between autonomic control of the heart by the vagus nerve and auditory processing in the brain. (
  • The idea is that auditory deafferentation limits the amount of information the brain can acquire to make sense of the world. (
  • Perception of a complex auditory scene is based on the ability of the brain to group those sound components that belong to the same source, and to segregate them from those belonging to different sources. (
  • Adding visual speech information (i.e. lip movements) to auditory speech information (i.e. voice) can enhance speech comprehension in younger and older adults while at the same time it reduces electrical brain responses, as measured by event-related potentials (ERPs). (
  • This project investigates the brain organization of high-level auditory perception. (
  • this auditory information to the brain stem. (
  • In human physiology and psychology, sound is the reception of such waves and their perception by the brain. (
  • A brain network involving limbic and other nonauditory regions is active in tinnitus and may be driven when spectrotemporal information conveyed by the damaged ear does not match that predicted by central auditory processing. (
  • 1 When the brain plays music: auditory motor interactions in music perception and production Robert J. Zatorre*, Joyce L. Chen* and Virginia B. Penhune Abstract Music performance is both a natural human activity, present in all societies, and one of the most comple and demanding cognitive challenges that the human mind can undertake. (
  • These cues are also used by other animals, but there may be differences in usage, and there are also localization cues which are absent in the human auditory system, such as the effects of ear movements. (
  • Participants were tested on their perception of 11 English vowels in audio (A), audiovisual (AV) and video-alone (V) mode. (
  • From the auditory memory PNAS study, improvement could also be seen in most participants, although the magnitude of improvement was slight in some cases, suggesting that more tweaking is probably needed in the program. (
  • At the individual level, there was considerable variation in performance, and thresholds for both FM and DM detection correlated significantly with auditory comprehension abilities in the WA participants. (
  • Participants performed a 2AFC speeded classification (high or low) task while attending to auditory pitch, auditory elevation, or visual elevation. (
  • Our results indicate that in the presence of auditory and visual speed disparity, participants rely more heavily on auditory cues, but when auditory and visual speeds are equivalent, or when there is no audition present, participants rely more on visual cues. (
  • Participants were asked to report their perceptions of either long-short or short-long, and loud-soft or soft-loud. (
  • Perception of auditory, visual, and egocentric spatial alignment adapts differently to changes in eye position. (
  • The phenomenon is robust for auditory space and egocentric perception, and highlights the importance of controlling for eye position in the examination of spatial perception and behavior. (
  • The first problem is to analyze the physiological basis for this spatial perception or, as it is expressed, the projection of the retina into space. (
  • Our results suggest that A1-MGBv corticothalamic feedback contributes to the detection of harmonicity, one of the most important grouping cues in the perception of complex sounds. (
  • In the present study, we specifically investigated the role of auditory cues in the perception of carbonation in beverages. (
  • Taken together, these results highlight the significant role that auditory cues play in modulating our perception of the carbonation of beverages in the hand, and the dominance of oral-somatosensory and nociceptive cues over auditory cues in the perception of carbonation of beverages in the mouth. (
  • 9-11) Accordingly, we strove to compare the level of auditory perception in children with cochlear implants with and without additional disabilities. (
  • The results revealed that neither perceived carbonation nor the perceived oral irritation were influenced by variations in the level of auditory feedback. (
  • Electrophysiologic findings (auditory brainstem response, ABR) also reflected disrupted neural activity. (
  • To investigate the influence of gender and weight/gestational age ratio on the Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) in preterm (PT) and term (T) newborns. (
  • Thus, understanding the the most severe symptoms, auditory hallucinations, in one of the most severe mental disorders, schizophrenia is of major societal importance. (
  • The overall objectives of the project follows a model called ""Levels of explanation, which seeks to explain auditory hallucinations at different explanatory levels, from the clinical to the neuronal levels. (
  • Auditory deafferentation, or permanent loss of auditory nerve afferent terminals, occurs after noise overexposure and aging and may accompany many forms of hearing loss. (
  • The Auditory Perception Test for the Hearing Impaired, Third Edition (APT/HI) continues to serve as an effective resource for accurately determining the discrete auditory perception abilities of children (three years of age and older) through profiling 8 major skill areas with several subsets. (
  • A Guidebook for the Auditory Perception Test for the Hearing Impaired (soft cover) designed to be used with children who have undergone assessment with the APT/HI . (
  • Audio-visual speech perception in noise: implanted children and young adults and normal hearing peers. (
  • This assessment should include both ABR testing, which can provide insights into the degree to which auditory neural activity is disrupted, and some functional measure of hearing capacity such as speech perception assessment, which can quantify the disorder and provide a basis for intervention. (
  • Advanced undergraduate and graduate students interested in auditory perception, behavioral sciences, psychology, neurobiology, architectural acoustics, and the hearing sciences will find this book an excellent guide. (
  • So the auditory system is the sense of hearing. (
  • This book offers an integrated account of hearing in terms of the neural processes that take place in different parts of the auditory system. (
  • Measurement of the absolute hearing threshold provides some basic information about our auditory system. (
  • Sound can also be viewed as an excitation of the hearing mechanism that results in the perception of sound. (
  • This symposium will consider evidence that deafferentation of tonotopically organized central auditory structures leads to increased neuron spontaneous firing rates and neural synchrony in the hearing loss region. (
  • This technical report was developed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Working Group on Auditory Processing Disorders. (
  • This presentation will focus on the importance of auditory training for people who use hearing aids and/or cochlear implants so they may obtain optimal performance. (
  • The intent of the present chapter is to examine one aspect of this inquiry: the structure of auditory forebrain and its role in mammalian hearing. (
  • Auditory phantom percepts such as tinnitus are associated with auditory deafferentation. (
  • Because of this, auditory deafferentation increases the uncertainty of the auditory environment. (
  • Here, we hypothesize and test a neural mechanism by which deafferentation could deteriorate perception. (
  • Results support the hypothesis that stochastic undersampling of the sound waveform, inspired by deafferentation, impairs speech perception in noise more than in quiet, consistent with auditory aging effects. (
  • Interactions Between Auditory Elevation, Auditory Pitch and Visual Elevation During Multisensory Perception. (
  • Furthermore, we found that improvements in tactile perception persisted after cessation of tDCS. (
  • Here we investigated the motion-bounce illusion in the tactile-auditory and the tactile-visual domain, respectively. (
  • In the tactile-auditory condition the presentation of an auditory beep 200ms before the collision was sufficient to disambiguate the percept such that a significantly higher proportion of bounces was reported. (
  • This review focuses on the role of (extrinsic) visual, auditory, and haptic/tactile elements in modulating flavor perception and more generally, our food and drink experiences. (
  • Influence of rhythmic grouping on duration perception: A novel auditory illusion. (
  • Practical, easy to use, and designed for use with any number of curricula, APT/HI, Third Edition identifies specific auditory perception and processing deficits across the continuum of listening, from awareness to open-set comprehension. (
  • Perception of Complex Auditory Patterns. (
  • For example, around one third of them show strongest responses when visual and auditory patterns of an action they are sensitive to are presented together relative to unimodal presentations (Keysers et al. (
  • The natural cognitive perception is to group rhythms into higher-level patterns. (
  • For the signal in each band, multiple stochastically subsampled copies were obtained to roughly mimic different stochastic representations of that signal conveyed by different auditory afferents innervating a given cochlear region. (
  • Comparison of auditory perception in cochlear implanted children with and without additional disabilities. (
  • It's possible that if you breathe more slowly under stress, for example, the parasympathetic nervous system may slow your heart rate and improve your auditory perception. (
  • This paper is concerned with the perception of dynamic range in the nonlinear system. (
  • So what then are the features of sounds that our auditory system manages to pick out? (
  • What kinds of regularities does our auditory system manage to detect in these? (
  • The article suggests a system architecture for the adequate consideration of moving sound sources in virtual auditory environments. (
  • This revised and updated third edition describes the nature of sound, how sound is analyzed by the auditory system, and the rules and principles governing our interpretation of auditory input. (
  • So all the sound should detect by the auditory system. (
  • from the outside to your auditory system. (
  • Lets take a look further about some processing of the auditory system. (
  • However, there has been a great deal of confusion and controversy regarding the use of the new term, particularly as most definitions of the disorder focus on the central auditory nervous system (CANS). (
  • Broadly stated, (Central) Auditory Processing [(C)AP] refers to the efficiency and effectiveness by which the central nervous system (CNS) utilizes auditory information. (
  • The basic idea is that the spike train produced by each auditory afferent resembles a stochastically digitized version of the sound waveform and that the quality of the waveform representation in the whole nerve depends on the number of aggregated spike trains or auditory afferents. (
  • Audiovisual speech is composed of visual mouth movements (green line showing visual mouth area) and auditory speech sounds (purple line showing auditory sound pressure level). (
  • Main Outcome and Measure: Prevalence of perception of the fusion /ta/ sound. (
  • Interventions to resolve amblyopia may not only influence visual acuity but may also influence the perception of sound. (
  • The characteristics of moving sound sources have strong implications on the listener's distance perception and the estimation of velocity. (
  • Thus, investigations of the relevant cues for velocity and distance perception of moving sound sources are not only of interest for the psychoacoustic community, but also for several applications, like e.g. virtual reality, noise pollution and safety aspects of road traffic. (
  • 1] investigated the motion-bounce illusion and found that sound can influence ambiguous visual motion perception. (
  • Every time we listen-to speech, to music, to footsteps approaching or retreating-our auditory perception is the result of a long chain of diverse and intricate processes that unfold within the source of the sound itself, in the air, in our ears, and, most of all, in our brains. (
  • Additionally he edited Sound - Perception - Performance and Concepts, Experiments, and Fieldwork: Studies in Systematic Musicology and many contributing book chapters or peer-reviewed papers. (
  • Although abilities such as phonological awareness, attention to and memory for auditory information, auditory synthesis, comprehension and interpretation of auditorily presented information, and similar skills may be reliant on or associated with intact central auditory function, they are considered higher order cognitive-communicative and/or language-related functions and, thus, are not included in the definition of (C)AP. (
  • Military C&HPS use amplitude compression to provide protection and prevent distortion which has the potential to affect relative auditory distance perception by reducing the level differences between sounds. (
  • The focus of the present study was to investigate the effect of amplitude compression on relative auditory distance perception. (
  • Importance: Children with a history of amblyopia, even if resolved, exhibit impaired visual-auditory integration and perceive speech differently. (
  • Objective: To determine whether a history of amblyopia is associated with abnormal visual-auditory speech integration. (
  • Conclusions and Relevance: This pilot study suggests that children with a history of amblyopia have impaired visual-auditory speech perception. (
  • Early childhood appears to serve as an approximate time point for the development of successful visual-auditory fusion, by which time amblyopia must have either resolved or begun. (
  • In the auditory midbrain nucleus, the inferior colliculus (IC), many ILD sensitive neurons have response functions that decline steeply from maximum to zero spikes as a function of ILD. (
  • In two experiments we show for the first time that adaptation to affective, non-linguistic vocalisations elicits significant auditory aftereffects. (
  • The presence of visual speech suppressed responses to auditory speech, more so for words with a visual head start. (
  • However, statistically significant differences in the overall number of auditory responses by this group when compared to older groups occurred. (
  • Additionally, children in the age 4-6 group also provided more responses that reflected integration of the visual and auditory cues than other age groups. (
  • Previous research has demonstrated that in quiet acoustic conditions auditory-visual speech perception occurs faster (decreased latency) and with less neural activity (decreased amplitude) than auditory-only speech perception. (
  • Neurophysiological data show that auditory and visual motion are integrated in cat superior colliculus neurons (Wallace & Stein, 1997 ). (
  • We present the Music-In-Noise Task (MINT) as a flexible tool to expand HIN measures beyond speech perception, and for addressing research questions pertaining to the relative contributions of HIN sub-skills, inter-individual differences in their use, and their neural correlates. (
  • Although modern research fails to verify Berkeley's emphasis on reason as central to perception, contemporary theories still include both nativistic (inborn) and empirical (learned through experience) considerations. (
  • The purpose of this research was to investigate how perception of congruent and incongruent visual and auditory cues of emotion changes over the lifespan. (
  • The ASHA Working Group on Auditory Processing Disorders was composed of a panel of audiologists from a variety of clinical and research backgrounds, including educational, university, research, private practice, and medical settings, all of whom have demonstrated expertise in the area of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorders [(C)APD]. (
  • The charge to the Working Group on Auditory Processing Disorders was to review the ASHA technical report, "Central Auditory Processing: Current Status of Research and Implications for Clinical Practice" ( ASHA, 1996 ) and determine the best format for updating the topic for the membership. (