The space or range within which a specified sound can be heard.
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Do bilingual babies actually have more brain power?A recent study led by Janet Werker, a psychologist at Vancouver’s University of British Columbia, suggests that children who learn two languages at once may have increased cognitive abilities such as enhanced visual and auditory sensitivity. While Werker does not believe that a person must grow up in a bilingual environment to gain such advantages, the study suggests that it can’t hurt. Werker studied both …
- auditory area,
- auditory brainstem response audiometry,
- auditory canal,
- auditory cartilage,
- auditory cortex,
- auditory hair,
- auditory nerve,
- auditory phonetics,
- auditory pit,
- auditory receptor cell
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