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Auditory stimulation is the presentation of sound information that activates the auditory system.

Methods of providing auditory stimuliEdit

In the past psychology laboratories had a number of pieces of apparatus to provide [[auditory stimuli] of particular frequencies etc. Tuning forks and [[pitch pipes were used. These were superceded by specialist electronic tone generators and these in turn have been superceded by the use of computer programmes]]

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