• A Model of Auditory Attention
    A model of auditory attention Technical Report CS-00-07 June 2000 Stuart N Wrigley s.wrigley@dcs.shef.ac.uk Supervisor: Dr Guy J Brown g.brown@dcs.shef.ac.uk Speech and Hearing Research Group, Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield Contents Introduction 1 1 C
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  • Auditory Human-Computer Interaction: an Integrated Approach
    Dissertation Titel der Dissertation Auditory Human-Computer Interaction: an Integrated Approach Verfasser Mag. Peter Fröhlich angestrebter akademischer Grad Doktor der Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) Wien, im September 2007 Supervisor Prof. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Peter Vitouch Institut für Psyc
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  • The Impact of Mere Exposure Effect on Visual Stimuli
    The Impact of Mere Exposure Effect on Visual Stimuli Discussion This experiment tests whether visual exposure positively alters preference for the test visual stimuli and secondly, the impact of repetitive exposure on the preference. The results support both the hypotheses – that conscious (supral
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  • Control of Cocaine-Seeking Behavior by Drug-Associated Stimuli in Rats: Effects on Recovery of Extinguished Operant-Responding and Extracellular Dopamine Levels in Amygdala and Nucleus Accumbens.
    Abstract The conditioning of the pharmacological actions of cocaine with environmental stimuli is thought to be a critical factor in the long-term addictive potential of this drug. Cocaine-related stimuli may increase the likelihood of relapse by evoking drug craving, and brain-imaging studies ha
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  • Auditory System
    AUDITORY SYSTEM NOTES Questions 1. What is sound? 1. What are the physical dimensions of sound 2. What are the perceptual dimensions of sound 3. What sounds can humans hear? 2. What is the anatomy of the ear? 3. What are the brain structures and pathways involved
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  • A developmental study of auditory preferences in infants with Down’s syndrome and non-handicapped infants when hearing familiar and unfamiliar voices singing nursery rhymes
    A developmental study of auditory preferences in infants with Down’s syndrome and non-handicapped infants when hearing familiar and unfamiliar voices singing nursery rhymes The auditory preferences of 20 non-handicapped infants and 20 infants with Down’s syndrome will be studied at the...
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  • Auditory and Visual
    Auditory and Visual Memory: Which One Is More Common? Lindsay McVay Katie Jackson 10/12/12 3rd Problem Do people tend to have better auditory memory or visua
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  • Remembering and Forgetting: Recalling Information Through Visual and Auditory Condition
    REMEMBERING AND FORGETTING: RECALLING INFORMATION THROUGH VISUAL AND AUDITORY CONDITION An Experimental Research Presented to The Faculty of College of Arts and Sciences BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY JPLPC Malvar, Batangas In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirement for
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  • Cognitive Research and Reasons Schizophrenics Have Auditory Halucinati
    Cognitive Research and Reasons Schizophrenics Have Auditory Hallucinations Schizophrenia is a common illness. "Schizo", Latin for "split" and "phrenic", "mind" describes the split from reality experienced by the schizophrenic mind. The personality loses it unity and wholeness as a result of unor
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  • Effects of Verbal and Visual Stimuli on Memory
    Abstract The present articles focus is on the effect of verbal and visual stimuli on memory. Verbal and visual stimuli have profound influence on our cognitive processes and perception. Twenty participants were split into 2 groups, 10 picture accompanied and 10 non-picture accompanied. The non-p
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  • Auditory Processing Disorder
    Auditory processing is a term used to describe what happens when your brain recognizes and interprets the sounds around you. Humans hear when energy that we recognize as sound travels through the ear and is changed into electrical information that can be interpreted by the brain. The "disorder" pa
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  • Color and Cued Face-Name Pairing: the Usefulness of the Addition of Visual Stimuli in Testing Conditions
    COLOR AND CUED FACE-NAME PAIRING: The Usefulness of the Addition of Visual Stimuli in Testing Conditions Psychology Experimental Methods (PSY 393) May 18, 2007 Abstract Being exposed to all color or color cued images should generate a higher recall rate for names in testing phases over bl
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  • Auditory Neuropathy
    Auditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder in which sound enters the inner ear normally but the transmission of signals from the inner ear to the brain is impaired. It can affect people of all ages, from infancy through adulthood. The number of people affected by auditory neuropathy is not known, but
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  • Auditory Processing Disorder - Short Essay
    Research Paper: Audio Processing Disorder Auditory processing is a term that is used to describe the brain both recognizing and interpreting sounds around you. Auditory processing becomes a disorder when children cannot process the information the same way others do because both their brain and ear
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  • The Effect of Stimuli on Betta Splendens
    The Agonistic Behavior of Betta splendens. Abstract: Animals are constantly display agonistic behavior to speed along the process of natural selection. To truly understand the mechanics of agonistic behavior, the causes and various stimuli that encourage agonistic behavior must be studied. T
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  • Comparing Stimuli Recall: Related Verses Unrelated
    Comparing stimuli recall: related verses unrelated This study acknowledged the use of clustering when comparing the particular recall of related verses unrelated data sets. The aim of this study is to determine weather or not groups of words that are related to each other will be clustered
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  • Auditory Learning
    Doing the personal evaluation was harder than I expected it to be. Out of the fourteen statements I was unable to pick just A, B, or C. Eight of the statements have a dual answer. The most effective way for me to learn information is the Auditory Learning Style and Kinesthetic Learning St
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  • Compare and Contrast Theories of Visual and Auditory Attention
    252 Opinion TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences Vol.7 No.6 June 2003 What is a visual object? Jacob Feldman Department of Psychology, Center for Cognitive Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 08903, USA The concept of an ‘object’ plays a central role in cognitive science, par
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  • Visual & Auditory Distinctions in Montessori
    Chapter 8: Visual & Auditory Distinctions Chapter Summery • Perfecting the perception of dimensions through sight only, by introducing material like cubes with different color and different dimensions and shapes. • Effort and muscular memory development is occurred when a child develop
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  • Environmental Stimuli
    [Plant Signaling & Behavior 3:10, 772-777; October 2008]; ©2008 Landes Bioscience Review Stomatal movements and long-distance signaling in plants Wensuo Jia1 and Jianhua Zhang2 1College of Agronomy and Biotechnology; State Key Laboratory of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry; China Agricultu
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