auditorily

auditorily

(ˈɔːdɪtərɪlɪ; ˌɔːdɪˈtɔːrɪlɪ)
adv
in an auditory manner, by hearing
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Not only do they auditorily transport you into a story, but they also have many educational benefits.
20) In a study using depth recordings, the thalamus responded to syntactic or semantic errors in auditorily presented sentences.
degree, Chris Viger's reputation, General Motors, or the score of tomorrow's Red Sox game; Auditorily perceived objects such as Mahler's Second Symphony or the words "banana" and "despite;" and so on (Jackendoff, 300).
Items were presented visually and auditorily in the first memorization phase but only auditorily in the second memorization and recall phase.
In addition, might participants psychologically avoid information relevant to a disgusting stimulus, by limiting encoding of auditorily presented information?
The Reading Span Test was presented auditorily to the individuals with AS because of their severe visual impairments, but it was displayed in print on a computer screen for those with USH2.
Second, recording all CWIT variables including error responses (which are informative in TBI assessments) on the paper-pencil version is difficult, requiring the examiner to follow the examinee's progress item by item on both the stimulus booklet and the record form visually and auditorily, thereby increasing the measurement errors.
Mohannad Ghawanmeh writes, on Cinema Arabiata , that "Abdel Sayed conjoined the talents of Aslan and [leading actor Mahmoud] Abdel Aziz, along with those of other skilled cast and crew members to craft an entertaining, heartwarming film that is visually and auditorily impressive.
In the case of BVI audiences, their mental models rely on the information received auditorily in the form of film dialogues, sound and AD.
Hence, a production which is auditorily perceived as either omission or category substitution may reveal, from the acoustic and/or articulatory analysis, that the speaker is systematically producing differences to distinguish two phonemes (MACKEN; BARTON, 1980; SCOBBIE, 1998; HEWLETT; WATERS, 2004; BERTI, 2006; FREITAS, 2007; RODRIGUES, 2007; BERTI, 2010; MELO et al.