dichotically

dichotically

(daɪˈkɒtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a dichotic manner
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Twelve pairs of sounds (thunder, church bell, opening door, cat meowing, dog barking and rooster cackling) (trovao, sino da igreja, porta abrindo, gato miando, cachorro latindo e galo cacarejanto) are presented dichotically at 50 dBSL.
A study was conducted in which 34 subjects were presented synthesized tokens of 'da' and 'ga' diotically and dichotically following the precursors 'al' and 'ar'.
(1992) noted that dichotically evoked auditory brainstem potentials for children labeled ADHD, CAPD, dyslexia, and others consisted of the same temporal discontinuity suggesting a common root problem.
Students reported an immediate understanding of and ability to reproduce dichotically presented words.
The Lewis (1970) study, for example, was repeated by Treisman, Squire & Green (1974), using a list of 10 dichotically presented word pairs.