Binaural interaction measured behaviorally and electrophysiologically in young and old adults.

Abstract

12 young men (mean age = 39.1 years) and 12 older men (mean age = 69.4 years) presenting some degree of sensorineural hearing loss were chosen so that the two groups were audiometrically matched. Behavioral tests of binaural interaction (BI) included binaural fusion, rapidly alternating speech perception, and masking level difference (at 500 Hz). There was… (More)

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@article{KellyBallweber1984BinauralIM, title={Binaural interaction measured behaviorally and electrophysiologically in young and old adults.}, author={D Kelly-Ballweber and Robert A Dobie}, journal={Audiology : official organ of the International Society of Audiology}, year={1984}, volume={23 2}, pages={181-94} }