Thursday, June 25, 2020

Auditory Sensory System

Connor Crosby

        The Auditory sensory system is a system that describes humans ability to detect oncoming or 

receding objects based on the ability to hear. According to the book this sensory system is the most 

adept at allowing people to asses a threat quicker than any other sensory system. According to the 

book monkeys have the same neurophysiological response when they hear objects getting closer. 

However research has shown that the ability to anticipate when incoming objects will arrive seem 

to be inaccurate for untrained listeners. Many anticipate a much quicker arrival than reality, however 

this is also the reason why the auditory system is most effective when it comes to survival and 


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