Definitions for "Auditory processing"
The ability to use the ear and brain to make sense of what was heard.
the ability to understand and use information that is heard, both words as well as other non-verbal sounds.
the ability to analyze or make sense of information taken in through the ears. An auditory processing disorder is different from problems involving hearing, such as deafness or hard of hearing. Difficulties with auditory processing do not affect what is heard by the ear, but do affect how this information is interpreted, or processed by the brain. An auditory processing deficit can interfere directly with speech and language, but can affect all areas.
Keywords:  discrimination, see
(see auditory discrimination).