auditory area


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Noun1.auditory area - the cortical area that receives auditory information from the medial geniculate bodyauditory area - the cortical area that receives auditory information from the medial geniculate body
cortical area, cortical region - any of various regions of the cerebral cortex
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Longitudinal fractures very often pass through the external auditory canal, and usually tear the tympanic membrane producing bleeding from the external auditory area and leading to conductive hearing loss.
His mantra for success is that he never stops learning, he said, adding, "There is Greek saying which goes 'I grow older always being taught' and I believe and follow that." The man who has sold more than 25 million albums globally, said for him, the "music lives in the auditory area and not the visual area." Yanni said, "My music memory is very strong.
"The auditory area of her brain started taking over the somatosensory area," says Ro, who used diffusion tensor imaging, which focuses on the brain's white matter connections, to spot the change.
Tamai, "Efferent connections of the ventral auditory area in the rat cortex: implications for auditory processing related to emotion," The European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
When the correlations were compared, both auditory (F(3,33) = 14.22, p [is less than] .001) and visual (F(6,103) = 6.63, p [is less than] .001) skills revealed differences, with T-K comparisons showing AM and AD in the auditory area and VM and visual spatial relationship (VS) in the visual area to be significantly better predictors than their companion skills.
The local connections of each auditory area are unique, complex, and characterized by the following properties: (1) a single area typically has reciprocal connections with several others; (2) adjacent areas tend to be more densely interconnected than nonadjacent areas; (3) the densest connections link neurons within a single area; and (4) laminar and sublaminar patterns of connections vary systematically.
French theater scholars offer a radical reappraisal of the plays by French novelist and playwright Duras (1914-96), particularly in the voice and the auditory areas of contemporary performance research.
Voisin, for example has discovered in his research that listening in silence activates auditory areas in brain.
The afferent electrical impulses from the CI may inhibit the increased neural activity in the central auditory areas caused by the hearing loss (Arts, George, Stokroos & Vermeire, 2012).