Kaileen Herring

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BACKGROUND The most common complaint of adults with hearing loss is understanding speech in noise. One class of masker that may be particularly useful in the assessment of speech-in-noise abilities is interrupted noise. Interrupted noise usually is a continuous noise that has been multiplied by a square wave that produces alternating intervals of noise and(More)
  • K M Herring
  • 1993
A preliminary study examined the independent association of lower extremity limb dominance to running injuries. For the purposes of this study, limb dominance was recognized as an individual's ability to perform a specific skill test with greater accuracy, speed, and agility with one limb rather than the contralateral limb. Three limb dominance tests were(More)
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