Intelligibility of bone-conducted speech at different locations compared to air-conducted speech:

@inproceedings{Stanley2009IntelligibilityOB,
  title={Intelligibility of bone-conducted speech at different locations compared to air-conducted speech:},
  author={Raymond M. Stanley and Bruce N. Walker},
  year={2009}
}
Bone-conduction transducers offer a unique advantage for radio communication systems, allowing sound transmission while the ear canals remain open for access to environmental sounds, or plugged for blocking of environmental sounds. This study compared the intelligibility of noise-degraded speech presented through bone-conduction hearing administered at different locations, and through air-conduction. Speech intelligibility was assessed using the Diagnostic Rhyme Test. Speech intelligibility was… CONTINUE READING

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