Blog Posts - Auditory



It Pays to Know How YOU Learn.....in your own Unique Way

Do you curl up with a thick book and can't put it down until you've mastered the concepts therein?Or do you have a notepad near your study area and jot down key points just to help you process the information.....even if you never look again at those...
by You Can Know Anything on Mar 3, 2016

Types of auditory hallucinations – hearing voices.

By David Joel Miller. How many types of auditory hallucinations are there? Hearing voices or sounds that no one else hears occurs in people both with and without a diagnosable mental illness. Originally this question came in from a reader … Con...
by counseolrssoapbox on Dec 7, 2015

Are you a procrastinator? Needing better study habits?

The most common problem in high school and college is how to study correctly, and finding out what works for you.Many people have this problem, but do they ever know what to do about it?The most important part of studying is just setting aside time e...
by Sarah's Beauty Blog on Sep 30, 2014

Back to School Contest…Win this $797 Awaken the Scholar Within Program!

As an expert on HowtoLearn.com I thought this would be the perfect time to offer one of my Awaken the Scholar Within Programs for FREE […]...
by How To Learn on Sep 16, 2014

Say & Glue for Language & Listening

I received a Say & Glue for Language & Listening workbook in exchange for my honest opinion and review. We all want our children and grand children to like school and be successful with their academic learning. Sometimes we feel…Read...
by Blessed Elements/Create on May 14, 2014

Bionic Ears Can Help Regrow Auditory Nerves

Electrical pulses delivered from a cochlear implant to the inner ear can be used to regrow auditory nerves to both enhance hearing and deliver gene therapy that could treat everything from Parkinson’s disease to depression, according to new researc...
by NamasteTelugu.Com on Apr 25, 2014

Getting Lost, Memory and Hearing Problems

Finding your way around town, recalling your grocery list that you forgot at home, and reporting the details of a car accident that you’ve witnessed. What do these events have in common? You must utilize your working memory for all of them. Working...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Oct 26, 2013

Connect to a Listener's World: Your Communication Kit

We need our senses to feed information to us about the world. We use a constant supply of information to tell us where we are, what’s happening, what might happen and what people think. Remember the film “Short Circuit?” When the robot, Number...

Sound Auditory Training Program Delays Release

Sound Auditory Training is still in development and scheduled for release in spring 2014. Plural Publishing is currently still registering users for a one-month free trial. Complete the registration form below and you will be notified by email when y...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Oct 24, 2013

Let’s Start With No “What If’s”

A wise woman way beyond her years said something to me today that really made me sit back and think about things a little bit different from what I’m used to thinking. This loving soul is the sorceress of my entity that exists for the faults and ne...
by The Velvet Closet of a Lesbian on Oct 12, 2013

Let’s Start With No “What If’s”

A wise woman way beyond her years said something to me today that really made me sit back and think about things a little bit different from what I’m used to thinking. This loving soul is the sorceress of my entity that exists for the faults and ne...
by The Velvet Closet of a Lesbian on Oct 12, 2013

Hearing is …

Hearing Hearing, auditory perception, or audition[note 1] is the ability to perceive sound by detecting vibrations, changes in the pressure of the surrounding medium through time, through an organ such as the ear. Sound may be heard through solid, li...
by What is this ? on Jul 13, 2013

Understanding Hearing Loss: Dr. Peter Marincovitch Offers Education for Auditory Patients and Their Loved Ones

Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) June 30, 2013 With all of the current advances in medical technology, audiology is at the forefront of research and development, creating the most effective devices technology has to offer for the hearing impaired, giving hope...
by Technology Info For You on Jul 1, 2013

Why is it necessary for the person with this implant to have function in the auditory nerves?

Question by Anonymous: Why is it necessary for the person with this implant to have function in the auditory nerves? A cochlear implant is a controversial type of hearing aid that is available to profoundly deaf persons who still have some function i...
by Best Hearing Aids on Jun 27, 2013

New Training Program for Auditory Processing Disorder

Diagram of human brain showing surface gyri and the primary auditory cortex Angular Gyrus Supramarginal Gyrus Broca's Area Wernicke's Area Primary Auditory Cortex (Photo credit: Wikipedia) New program for auditory processing disorder developed...
by Journey Through The Cortex on Jun 3, 2013

Auditory processing disorder (APD): Schisms and skirmishes

Spanish version of a schematic representation of auditory signaling. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Survey of the controversies within Auditory Processing disorder, especially when using a SCAN-C, a common diagnostic test, with children who do not s...
by Journey Through The Cortex on May 22, 2013

Local and Global Auditory Processing: Behavioral and ERP Evidence

Since my vision is improving and I am able to do more with two eyes, I am noticing that I am doing more global processing.  I was wondering about improving my global processing with my auditory system as well and I came across this interesting a...
by Journey Through The Cortex on May 18, 2013

Apd and audiologists

Hearing exam (Photo credit: Wikipedia) On picking an audiologist for APD First, nearly all audiologists have their own test batteries from which they select APD tests. There are guidelines as to which APD domains should be included but not all...
by Journey Through The Cortex on May 15, 2013

#Podcast Ep. 4 | Great Talkers And Lousy Communicators

Are You A Great Talker But A Lousy Communicator? Ever listen to someone speak and just be dumbfounded by the word salad coming from their mouth? Or have you had difficulty reaching others, seeing them stare at you like you have three heads while you&...
by Transforming Monday on Mar 17, 2013

Singin’ in the shelter

What type of music do you like?? For me, it totally depends on the kind of mood I’m in. Music is great like that. It’s so versatile there’s something for any mood or state of mind you might happen to be in. Music can amp you up, cal...
by SheSpeaksBark on Nov 27, 2012


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