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Threshold measurements for pure tones, warble tones, and narrow-band noise were compared for adult sensorineural hearing-impaired subjects with gradual and sharp audiometric configurations. Results demonstrated that audiometric configuration does not significantly affect the relationship between...
A screening study of hearing and middle-ear function was conducted on 2125 preschool children. Results are reported here for 504 of the subjects with static acoustic susceptance. Of these children, 380 had otolaryngological examinations. Static acoustic susceptance reliably provides and estimate...
Pure-tone, warble-tone, and narrow-band noise thresholds were compared in terms of sensitivity and clinical test-retest reliability. Eighty normal-hearing young children, equally divided in four discrete age levels (3½, 4½, 5½, and 6½ years) were examined. Thresholds...
Sensations induced by electrical stimulation of the cochlea in humans through a promontory or a round window electrode were studied in sixteen subjects. All the patients had total or severe hearing losses. Comparison of the results with the recordings of cochlear potentials gave valuable...
An experimental method is described for assessing the effect of sensorineural hearing impairment on the perception of particular speech cues. Stimuli consisted of synthetic consonant-vowel syllables, varying along a continuum in the duration of initial formant transitions, such that the shorter...
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