In the research on spatial hearing and virtual auditory space, it is important to effectively model the head-related transfer functions (HRTFs).
A non-linear spatial hearing model based on bases pursuit algorithm
In the research on spatial hearing and realization of virtual auditory space, it is important to effectively model the head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) or head-related impulse responses (HRIRs).
The Effect of Sound Intensity on the Frequency Resolving Power of Hearing and the Effect of Interference
Sensitivity of Dolphin's Hearing as a Function of the Sound-Source Position
Transfer of a Listening Comprehension Strategy to Independent Reading in First-Grade Students
Of interest was whether or not first-grade students (n=35) would, following instruction within the context of listening to stories, gain in listening comprehension and transfer this knowledge to support reading comprehension.
At post-test, the intervention group demonstrated significantly higher listening comprehension, but not free recall, than the comparison group.
By evaluating the "before" and "after" artwork, educators can identify advances in students' reading and listening comprehension of the terminology, facts, and principles on a particular topic.
The third disabled reader had superior listening comprehension but was poor in word-reading skill.
First, of 710 amygdalar neurons tested, 129 (18.2%) responded to single sensory stimulation (48 to vision, 32 to audition, 49 to ingestion), 142 (20%) to multimodal stimulation, and 20 to only one item with affective significance.
Certificats de Transmission, de Lecture et d'audition: Exemples Tirés d'un ms.
These results were compared to data from related studies concerning the roles of audition and olfaction in social discrimination by lambs.
These cross-modal attentional effects suggest the existence of integrative spatial mechanisms between vision and audition that are affected by attention.
Subterranean mammals rely to a great extent on audition for communication and to be alerted to danger.