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bin·au·ral

 (bī-nôr′əl, bĭn-ôr′-)
adj.
1.
a. Having or relating to two ears.
b. Having to do with the perception of sound with both ears: binaural hearing.
2. Of or relating to sound transmission from two sources, which may vary acoustically, as in tone or pitch, to give a stereophonic effect.

bin·au′ral·ly adv.
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Adv.1.binaurally - in a binaural mannerbinaurally - in a binaural manner; "the stimulus was presented binaurally"
in one ear, monaurally, to one ear - in a monaural manner; "the stimuli were presented monaurally"
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Tone stimuli (30-ms duration, 10-ms rise and fall time) at 70 dB, above the patients' hearing threshold, were presented binaurally through headphones at an inter-stimulus interval of 1 per 1.8 s.
Because the dungeon is very dark, navigation is primarily determined by listening for the sounds of targets and obstacles (the sound was delivered binaurally).
Zeng, "Speech and melody recognition in binaurally combined acoustic and electric hearing," The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.
through selective attention, they should distinguish the information presented binaurally; and the monotic stage, performed with an ipsilateral competitive message (ICM), i.e.
And, for the dual task paradigm, the music stimuli were presented binaurally using Logitech headphones at 60 dBSPL.
Non-target (frequent 3000 Hz) and target (rare 2000 Hz) stimuli were binaurally presented over headphones with 5.3 ms rise/fall times and 0.3 ms durations.
expected 12%) of class 3 hearing loss corresponds to an increased hearing threshold at about 5 dB for an average of 3 kHz, 4 kHz and 6 kHz binaurally. A similar increase for the NIOSH criterion corresponds to an increased hearing threshold of 3-4 dB for an average of 1 kHz, 2 kHz, 3 kHz and 4 kHz binaurally.
(30) The current study showed that potentially lower working memory capacity in the children with APD could be the reason for their inability to segregate and group information binaurally and presumably for their listening difficulties in multisource environments.
In sitting position, the sound stimulus that consists of rare tone (2000 Hz) and frequent tone (1000 Hz) was delivered binaurally through headphone to the patient 340 times at 0.9 Hz at 60 decibel.
Testing was conducted binaurally through headphones.