Meaning of monotic in English:

monotic

adjective

Physiology Psychology
  • Involving the presentation of a stimulus to one ear only; designating such a stimulus. Also more generally: using one ear only; monaural. Compare "dichotic", diotic .

Pronunciation

monotic

/mɒˈnɒtɪk/ /mɒˈnəʊtɪk/

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Monist: a quarterly magazine devoted to the philosophy of science. From mono- + otic, after German monotisch.