dichotic


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dichotic

(daɪˈkɒtɪk)
adj
(Psychology) relating to or involving the stimulation of each ear simultaneously by different sounds
[dicho- + -ic]
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In liver section from each animal treated with CC[L.sub.4] showed aggregation inflammatory cell particle neutrophil and macrophage in the liver parenchyma in addition to necrotic of hepatocyte which characteristic by dichotic of disappear of nuclei and also showed aggregation of inflammatory cell around a central vein (Figure 8B) as compared with control group (Figure 8A) Which shows normal structure appearance which consist of central vein and threads of hepatocyte with sinusoid.
Some authors used in their study tests for the assessment of central auditory processing, which to a certain extent, they assess the auditory-cognitive interactions, such as the Dichotic Digit Test, as speech material for the measurement of the objective listening effort, with the recording of heart rate, skin temperature and conductance, and electromyo-graphic activity of normal hearing individuals [8].
In sections on identification and assessment, management, and evidence-based treatment and intervention programs, they consider such topics as thinking outside the sound booth: assessing and managing auditory processing disorder in an auditory-cognitive neuroscience framework, the speech-language pathologist's role in assessing auditory processing skills, neurological brain damage and its impact on auditory processing, dichotic interaural intensity difference training, and central auditory processing disorders and the disabled child's right to the benefits of public education.
They tend to stay in multifamily a little longer, but I don't think that's a dichotic shift.
The tachistoscopic visual half-field technique [7] and the dichotic listening technique [8] have been used to examine the effects of each hemisphere in visual and auditory processing.
Results in stroke survivors with unilateral spatial neglect showed that in the half of tested subjects, extinction of dichotic listening in the left ear was alleviated by R-PA.
This alteration is due to an abnormal auditory processing, such as problems with dichotic listening tasks and auditory temporal processing [126].
This task of separating single source audio from a noise is known as dichotic listening task [25].
Testing for central auditory function was carried out, including assessment of binaural integration using the staggered spondaic word (SSW) and dichotic digits (DD) tests.
(28) used a dichotic listening approach, which is a behavioural, cognitive method, to localize the speech perception centre in the brain.
This dichotic dynamic is paradoxical if not properly explained to either party, but it becomes sensible when Russia's partners realize the wisdom behind Moscow's South Asian balancing act and its envisioned Eurasian role in general.
Therefore, the SSW evaluates dichotic listening, word integration, and separation abilities.