[(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).
The percent correct identification of individual HI listeners and NH group for recognition of interrupted sentence by silent gaps.
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.
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.
ERB and p values for 2 and 4 kHz tones from NH listeners.
ERB and p values for 2 and 4 kHz tones from HI listeners.
Correlation coefficient between the percent correct identification (PC) of interrupted sentence recognition and psychoacoustic measures for HI group.
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
Summary of stepwise regression analysis for interrupted speech perception scores for HI listeners.
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