Individual differences in language and working memory affect children's speech recognition in noise.

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OBJECTIVE We examined how cognitive and linguistic skills affect speech recognition in noise for children with normal hearing. Children with better working memory and language abilities were expected to have better speech recognition in noise than peers with poorer skills in these domains. DESIGN As part of a prospective, cross-sectional study, children… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/14992027.2016.1266703

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@article{McCreery2017IndividualDI, title={Individual differences in language and working memory affect children's speech recognition in noise.}, author={Ryan W McCreery and Meredith Spratford and Benjamin Kirby and Marc Brennan}, journal={International journal of audiology}, year={2017}, volume={56 5}, pages={306-315} }