Effects of noise and audiovisual cues on speech processing in adults with and without ADHD.

  title={Effects of noise and audiovisual cues on speech processing in adults with and without ADHD.},
  author={Anne M P Michalek and Silvana Maria Russo Watson and Ivan Ash and Stacie Ringleb and Anastasia Raymer},
  journal={International journal of audiology},
  volume={53 3},
OBJECTIVE This study examined the interplay among internal (e.g. attention, working memory abilities) and external (e.g. background noise, visual information) factors in individuals with and without ADHD. DESIGN A 2 × 2 × 6 mixed design with correlational analyses was used to compare participant results on a standardized listening in noise sentence repetition task (QuickSin; Killion et al, 2004 ), presented in an auditory and an audiovisual condition as signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) varied from… CONTINUE READING
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