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The Auditory
Dr. Gerre Hancock (above) died last week at the age of 77. He was choirmaster and organist at Saint Thomas Fifth Avenue in New York from 1971 until 2004.
Auditory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sound, the physical signal perceived by the auditory system. Hearing (sense), is the auditory sense, the sense by which sound is perceived. Ear, the auditory end organ.
Primary auditory cortex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The primary auditory cortex is a region of the brain that processes sound and thereby contributes to our ability to hear. It is the first cortical region of the ...
Auditory Nerve Definition - Hearing Loss Association of North ...
Auditory Nerve The auditory nerve is a bundle of nerve fibers that carries hearing information between the cochlea the brain. Usually, hearing loss that is called ...
Auditory System Anatomy - Diseases & Conditions - Medscape Reference
This article discusses the anatomy of the auditory pathway (see the following images), as well as a few physiologic considerations and clinical ...
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The Auditory System
Before You Start • As you explore auditory phenomena, you'll again be reminded of the distinction between physical and perceptual phenomena.
The Auditory System: Anatomy and Maturation
The Auditory Pathway Cochlear nerves from the ears transmit acoustic stimuli to the cochlear nucleus in the lower brainstem. Nerve circuits that proceed upward ...
The Auditory Cortex - Neuroscience - NCBI Bookshelf
The ultimate target of afferent auditory information is the auditory cortex. Although the auditory cortex has a number of subdivisions, a broad distinction can be ...
Hearing: Anatomy, Physiology, and Disorders of the Auditory System ...
Hearing: Anatomy, Physiology, and Disorders of the Auditory System, Second Edition

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Music training tied to aging
Researchers in the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern measured the automatic brain responses of younger and older musicians and non-musicians to speech sounds. Researchers discovered that older musicians had a distinct neural timing advantage.
San Jose Mercury News
Surgery 'Reanimates' Smile in Patients With Facial Paralysis
Tumors typically occur along the auditory nerve, with the potential to cause hearing loss. When the facial nerve is affected -- by either tumors or surgery to remove them -- facial paralysis commonly results. In addition to functional problems (such as ...
Science Daily
Calder Quartet tunes in to ‘Amazing Grace’ at RCMF
It’s not just about making two or three works successful, but carefully thinking out the auditory experience for the entire evening.” On Thursday night’s program, Calder mixes music of Mozart and Mendelssohn with new works from Thomas Adès and ...
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Scientists identify brain area that determines distance from which sound originates
"Using functional MRI we found a group of neurons in the auditory cortex sensitive to the distance of sound sources and different from those that process changes in loudness. In addition to providing basic scientific information, our results ...
Peaking Lights: analogue beauty in a digital age
Radio-penetrating loudness and a lack of dynamic range mean that even if you like a song, your brain is going through the auditory equivalent of staring at a lightbulb and quickly has enough of it. If this theory rings true then you should ...
The Guardian
What makes a musical genius?
“There’s motor control and also the ability to integrate both the sensory perception, the information coming back through the instrument, and also the auditory information of what is coming out, the output, and the ability to process that so quickl
Irish Times
Kettle corn, Navajo tacos and other treats are part of the allure of Logan’s Summerfest
The paintings, sculptures and brightly colored knickknacks are the obvious attractants at Summerfest, and at any given moment rock, folk or bluegrass music provides the auditory background. But there is another, unseen lure in the air that is ...
Music Training Reduces Auditory Aging, Experts Say
The musician’s brain is trained to bypass age-related hearing loss. The auditory lab’s previous auditory revelations state that musical training can also offset memory loss and improve hearing speech in noisy environments. So pick up an ...
Paste Magazine
The Sound Sensation of Apical Electric Stimulation in Cochlear Implant Recipients with Contralateral Residual Hearing
The aim of the present experiment was to study the auditory sensation perceived by cochlear implant (CI) recipients with steady electrical stimulation on the most-apical electrode. Methodology/Principal Findings Five unilateral CI users with contralateral ...
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Yamaha and Showa University School of Medicine Conclude Joint Research into Human Body's Stress Response to INFOSOUND™
In light of the variety of past research results and documents on the subject, it is thus considered that there exists no possibility of any harmful physical effect on the auditory organs. Apart from the abovementioned physical effect on the ...
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