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Interrupted speech perception: The effects of hearing sensitivity and frequency resolution
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FIG. 1.

[(a) and (b)] Summary of average percent correct keyword identification of HI and NH groups for sentence recognition at −5 and −10 dB SNR. No differences between performance of NH and HI listeners are seen for steady noise and quiet conditions, while significant differences are seen for the 8 and 16 Hz conditions. For more details, see Fig. 2 from Jin and Nelson (2006).

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The percent correct identification of individual HI listeners and NH group for recognition of interrupted sentence by silent gaps.

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The average percent correct identification of HI and NH groups for recognition of interrupted sentence by gated noise (−5 and −10 dB SNR) and silent gaps.

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TABLE I.

Audiometric hearing thresholds for the better ear for HI listeners and the right ear for NH in dB SPL, and overall speech and noise level (at −5 dB SNR) as a function of frequencies in Hz.

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TABLE II.

ERB and p values for 2 and 4 kHz tones from NH listeners.

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TABLE III.

ERB and p values for 2 and 4 kHz tones from HI listeners.

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TABLE IV.

Correlation coefficient between the percent correct identification (PC) of interrupted sentence recognition and psychoacoustic measures for HI group.

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TABLE V.

Correlation coefficient between the percent correct identification (PC) of gated sentence in noise at −5 and −10 dB SNR and Psychoacoustical measures for HI group

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TABLE VI.

Summary of stepwise regression analysis for interrupted speech perception scores for HI listeners.

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Scitation: Interrupted speech perception: The effects of hearing sensitivity and frequency resolution
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