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Effects of moderate cochlear hearing loss on the ability to benefit from temporal fine structure information in speech
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FIG. 1.

Air conduction audiometric thresholds of the test ears of the hearing-impaired subjects for experiments one and two. The ages of the subjects (in years) are shown in parentheses.

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Excitation levels of the target speech (solid lines) and excitation levels at threshold (dashed lines) for individual hearing-impaired subjects. Excitation levels for normal-hearing subjects are shown for comparison in the bottom-right panel.

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Mean SRTs for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects, plotted as a function of . The frequency corresponding to is shown along the top axis. Error bars show one standard deviation across subjects.

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Individual SRTs for the hearing-impaired subjects, plotted as a function of . Mean SRTs measured for the normal-hearing subjects are shown in the bottom-right panel for comparison.

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FIG. 5.

Mean SRTs for normal-hearing subjects (left) and hearing-impaired subjects (right), plotted as a function of . Error bars show one standard deviation across subjects.

Tables

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TABLE I.

Differences between mean SRTs measured with different values of CO for normal-hearing subjects in experiment one. Equivalent cut-off frequencies (in Hz) are also shown. The LSD calculated using Fisher’s LSD procedure was 2.0. Differences equal to or above this value are shown in bold.

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TABLE II.

As Table I, but for hearing-impaired subjects.

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TABLE III.

As Table I, but for experiment two, which used two values of . The LSD calculated using Fisher’s LSD procedure was 2.3.

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TABLE IV.

As Table III, but for hearing-impaired subjects.

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TABLE V.

Differences between mean SRTs measured for and for each value of , for normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects in experiment two The LSD calculated using Fisher’s LSD procedure was 1.7. Differences equal to or above this value are shown in bold.

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Scitation: Effects of moderate cochlear hearing loss on the ability to benefit from temporal fine structure information in speech
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/123/2/10.1121/1.2824018
10.1121/1.2824018
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