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The effects of hearing loss and age on the benefit of spatial separation between multiple talkers in reverberant rooms
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FIG. 1.

Mean thresholds in dB HL for each listener group for right and left ears (circle and cross symbols, respectively) plotted as a function of audiometric frequency from 250 to 8000 Hz. The error bars represent standard error of the mean.

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FIG. 2.

Target-to-masker (T/M) ratio (expressed in decibels and computed relative to the level of individual maskers) at threshold in the two separation conditions ( and ) for each listener group. The error bars are standard error of the mean. The left panel contains results from the low-reverberant (BARE) room condition and the right panel shows results from the more reverberant (PLEX) room condition. Hearing status and age are denoted as shown in the symbol key.

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FIG. 3.

Mean spatial release from masking in decibels (difference in T/M at threshold between colocated and separated conditions) for each listener group in both room conditions. The error bars are standard error of the mean.

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Individual listener results for the amount of spatial release from masking in the PLEX room as a function of the amount of spatial release in the BARE room. The solid line is a least-squares fit to the data.

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FIG. 5.

Individual listener results showing the amount of spatial release from masking in decibels as a function of quiet threshold for identification of the CRM stimuli in each room condition. The solid lines are the least-squares fits to the data.

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FIG. 6.

Individual listener data for the amount of spatial release in decibels for each room condition as a function of age. The solid lines are the least-squares fits to the data.

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Scitation: The effects of hearing loss and age on the benefit of spatial separation between multiple talkers in reverberant rooms
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/124/5/10.1121/1.2980441
10.1121/1.2980441
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