Effect of simulated bilateral cochlear distortion on speech discrimination in normal subjects.


Bilateral sensorineural hearing loss may introduce grossly dissimilar cochlear distortion at the two ears, causing abnormal demands to be made upon the cortical analytical centres which normally receive congruent information. As a result, the prescription of binaural hearing aids may be a handicap rather than a help. In order to explore this possibility, 10… (More)


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