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Acoustic reflex thresholds were measured for eighteen young adults (9 men and 9 women) at four different blood alcohol levels: 0.00%, ascending 0.1 0%, 0.1 5% (peak level), and descending 0.1 0%. Reflex-eliciting stimuli consisted of three narrow-band noises (300 to...
Seventy-one hearing aid users were surveyed two years after their initial fitting to determine whether they (1) wore the hearing aid(s) prescribed, (2) were satisfied with their aid(s). (3) had specific complaints about their aid(s), and (4) would recommend that a hearing-impaired friend or...
Thirty normal hearing subjects were utilized in an investigation designed to determine the extent to which guessing on the part of the listener may influence the speech reception threshold. Results suggest that the magnitude of the speech reception threshold may be significantly altered as a...
Consonant perception was investigated for 120 normal-hearing adults who listened to 16 consonants in a phrase context and made similarity judgments of 256 diadic stimulus pairs on a 9-point equal-appearing interval scale. Stimuli were presented at subjects' most comfortable listening levels...
The English literature on the incidence of nystagmus in normal subjects and in patients with head and/or neck injuries is reviewed. The authors present a series of 202 patients with alleged vestibular trauma. The incidence of spontaneous and positional nystagmus would seem to be no greater in...
When a low-intensity stimulus A is alternated in time with a high-intensity stimulus 6 of relatively short duration, stimulus A is heard as continuous. This “continuity” effect is shown to occur even when the B stimulus is a series of sharp pulses at one rate and the A stimulus is a...
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