An adaptive clinical test of temporal resolution: age effects.

@article{Lister2011AnAC,
  title={An adaptive clinical test of temporal resolution: age effects.},
  author={Jennifer J. Lister and Richard Roberts and Frank L Lister},
  journal={International journal of audiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={367-74}
}
OBJECTIVE Children with auditory processing disorder, as well as older adults with and without hearing loss, often report difficulty understanding speech in the presence of noise. There is evidence that deficient temporal resolution contributes to this difficulty. The purpose of this study was to establish within-channel (WC) and across-channel (AC) gap detection thresholds (GDTs) for participants ages 7 to 84 years. DESIGN GDTs were measured using narrow-band noise markers for two conditions… CONTINUE READING

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