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Speech perception in gated noise: The effects of temporal resolution
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FIG. 1.

Long-term spectra for IEEE sentences and speech-shaped noise along with hearing thresholds on average in dB SPL for the NH group in top panel and for hearing-impaired subject 1 (HI1) in the lower panel.

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Percent correct keyword identification of HI listeners and the NH group for sentence recognition at SNR (upper panel) and SNR (lower panel.) Note: the data for the quiet condition are the same in both upper and lower panels. They are shown for comparison in each panel.

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FIG. 3.

The amount of masking release (MR) for individual HI listeners and for the NH group for sentence recognition at SNR (upper panel) and SNR (lower panel).

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FIG. 4.

Percent correct CV syllable identification for individual HI listeners and the NH group for the random phase (upper panel) and the fixed phase (lower panel) conditions at SNR. Note: the data for the quiet condition are the same in both upper and lower panels. They are shown for comparison in each panel.

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Percent correct CV syllable identification for individual HI listeners and the NH group for the random phase (upper panel) and the fixed phase (lower panel) conditions at SNR. Note: the data for the quiet condition are the same in both upper and lower panels. They are shown for comparison in each panel.

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FIG. 6.

The amount of MR for individual HI listeners and the NH group for the CV syllables in random phase (upper panel) and fixed phase (lower panel) conditions at SNR.

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FIG. 7.

The amount of MR of individual HI listeners and the NH group for the CV syllables in random phase (upper panel) and fixed phase (lower panel) conditions at SNR.

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FIG. 8.

The amount of forward masking of individual HI listeners at SL [(a) and (c)] and SL [(b) and (d)] compared to the group average performance of NH listeners at SPL [(a) and (c)] and SPL [(b) and (d)].

Tables

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TABLE I.

Audiometric hearing thresholds in dB HL as a function of frequency in Hz.

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TABLE II.

Slopes of forward masking function.

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TABLE III.

Correlation coefficient between normalized masking release sentence recognition and psychoacoustical measures for HI listeners only.

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TABLE IV.

Summary of regression model analysis (IEEE sentences).

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TABLE V.

Correlation coefficient between NMR in syllable identification and psychoacoustical measures at SNR for HI listeners only.

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Scitation: Speech perception in gated noise: The effects of temporal resolution
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/119/5/10.1121/1.2188688
10.1121/1.2188688
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