Auditory memory and neuroscience outreach: scientific and cultural aspects explored in a workshop

CONCEIÇÃO, Maria Beatriz, AGOSTINHO, Mayara, ASSIS, Talita, ARANHA, Glaucio, SHOLL-FRANCO,  Alfred. AUDITORY MEMORY AND NEUROSCIENCE OUTREACH: SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ASPECTS EXPLORED IN A WORKSHOP In: XXVI Reunião Anual da FeSBE, 2011, Rio de Janeiro. XXVI Reunião Anual da FeSBE (online). , 2011. Disponível em

Abstract: The goal of the science outreach workshop “Auditory Memory” was to develop students’ interests in neuroscience and cognitive science research early in their education. The auditory memory understands the capacity to hold back, to recognize and to reproduce sonorous stimuli. The hearing apprenticeship begins with the recognition, the location and the discrimination of sounds and it is developed like part of the global growth of a maturing organism. The next hearing functions are necessary to the acquisition and development of the oral language, including to hearing memory and the hearing sequential memory, turning in the hearing training: (1) hearing conscience – reaction to the resonant stimuli; (2) hearing attention – concentration of the activity in the hearing stimuli; (3) hearing location – location of the resonant fountain; (4) hearing identification – recognition of the sounds, meaning them; (5) hearing discrimination – differentiation of sounds; (6) evocation – to recall quickly the kept vocabulary; (7) hearing analysis/synthesis – identification of the characteristics of the sounds inside an all, bringing together them. The aim of this workshop had been with priority students from K-12 and high school (private and public). We offer information regarding anatomical auditory structure, auditory function, sound memory and good practices for auditory health.

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