auditory modality

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Noun1.auditory modality - the ability to hearauditory modality - the ability to hear; the auditory faculty; "his hearing was impaired"
auditory system - the sensory system for hearing
sense modality, sensory system, modality - a particular sense
exteroception - sensitivity to stimuli originating outside of the body
ear - good hearing; "he had a keen ear"; "a good ear for pitch"
absolute pitch, perfect pitch - the ability to identify the pitch of a tone
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The existing, limitted literature is inconsistent with respect to effects of MPH on treatment in terms of auditory RT and RTV, where some of these studies did not detect significant effects of MPH on RT during auditory attention task and some showed enhancement in task accuracy and RT after treatment by MPH during both the visual and auditory modality in children with ADHD.
Finally, listening to the verbal prompts provided supports their auditory modality. Once the template is complete, the load put on working memory and executive function is relieved and allows the student to transfer the information into a nicely presented paragraph.
There are numerous ways to objectively assess the working memory, either in the visual modality or in the auditory modality or in both visual and auditory modalities.
In the auditory modality, M1 is the first prominent component (also referred to as N100 m or M100 in MEG and N1 or N100 in EEG), spearing about 100 ms after the stimulus onset.
Hence, the focus of attention was either solely in the listening (auditory modality, unimodal group) or divided to the somatosensory, visual, and auditory modality (multimodal group).
Audio readings of the comprehension texts used in the visual tasks were used as sIVIS for the auditory modality conditions.
We also anticipated that presentation via the auditory modality alone would be hardest to identify.
The auditory modality offered a variety of low-tech devices (e.g., CD players, MP3 players) that can be purchased for a range of prices and that can play customized audio recordings.
Hearing thresholds under acute hypoxia and relationship to slowing in the auditory modality. Aviat Space Environ Med 2000; 71(9 Pt 1): 946-9.
demonstrate that bistable perception occurs in the auditory modality. Auditory and visual alternations share common principles of perceptual bistability (these common principles are implemented at least partly independently across sensory modalities).