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Is auditory memory different from visual and other sensory memory?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
Auditory memory is weaker than other types of sensory memory says, Robin Miller, MD. Watch as she discusses how sound is processed in the brain and what this means for learning.

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