- acoustic aphasia
- s.afasia acústica.
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acoustic aphasia — noun an impairment in understanding spoken language that is not attributable to hearing loss • Syn: ↑auditory aphasia, ↑word deafness • Hypernyms: ↑aphasia … Useful english dictionary
acoustic aphasia — auditory a … Medical dictionary
Aphasia — Literally aphasia means no speech. Aphasia can apply to a defect in expression or comprehension. * * * Impaired or absent comprehension or production of, or communication by, speech, writing, or signs, due to an acquired lesion of the dominant… … Medical dictionary
auditory aphasia — noun an impairment in understanding spoken language that is not attributable to hearing loss • Syn: ↑acoustic aphasia, ↑word deafness • Hypernyms: ↑aphasia * * * noun : inability to understand spoken words * * * Pathol. aphasia in which there is… … Useful english dictionary
auditory aphasia — n inability to understand spoken words * * * a form of receptive aphasia in which sounds are heard but convey no meaning to the person affected, due to disease of the subcortical pathways leading to the main auditory center of the brain, or… … Medical dictionary
word deafness — noun an impairment in understanding spoken language that is not attributable to hearing loss • Syn: ↑auditory aphasia, ↑acoustic aphasia • Hypernyms: ↑aphasia … Useful english dictionary
Speech perception — is the process by which the sounds of language are heard, interpreted and understood. The study of speech perception is closely linked to the fields of phonetics and phonology in linguistics and cognitive psychology and perception in psychology.… … Wikipedia
linguistics — /ling gwis tiks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the science of language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and historical linguistics. [1850 55; see LINGUISTIC, ICS] * * * Study of the nature and structure of… … Universalium
speech — /speech/, n. 1. the faculty or power of speaking; oral communication; ability to express one s thoughts and emotions by speech sounds and gesture: Losing her speech made her feel isolated from humanity. 2. the act of speaking: He expresses… … Universalium
Speech repetition — Children copy with their own mouths the words spoken by the mouths of those around them. This enables them to learn the pronunciation of words not already in their vocabulary. Speech repetition is the saying by one individual of the spoken… … Wikipedia
Musical syntax — When analysing the regularities and structure of music as well as the processing of music in the brain, certain findings lead to the question, if music is based on a syntax which could be compared with linguistic syntax. To get closer to this… … Wikipedia