auditorily

auditorily

(ˈɔːdɪtərɪlɪ; ˌɔːdɪˈtɔːrɪlɪ)
adv
in an auditory manner, by hearing
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As audiobooks become more common, listeners will gain experience in comprehending them and may improve, and publishers may develop ways of signalling organisation auditorily.
If I am said to auditorily perceive music one might observe me singing or humming along with it, moving my hands or feet, and so forth.
This theoretical claim implies that his fairy tales are understood as discourses represented and communicated in modes beyond verbal writing in books or on paper, such as verbally and/or visually, graphically, auditorily etc.
Regions in the bilateral superior to middle temporal gyrus and bilateral frontal operculum increase activity when subjects have to listen and comprehend auditorily presented fast sentences [5].
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).
In the Digits Backwards component, the participant again receives a series of auditorily presented digits, but he/she must now repeat them back in reverse order.
Jolles, "Learning and retrieval rate of words presented auditorily and visually," The Journal of General Psychology, vol.
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?