Memory performance on the Auditory Inference Span Test is independent of background noise type for young adults with normal hearing at high speech intelligibility

@inproceedings{Rnnberg2014MemoryPO,
  title={Memory performance on the Auditory Inference Span Test is independent of background noise type for young adults with normal hearing at high speech intelligibility},
  author={Niklas R{\"o}nnberg and Mary Rudner and Thomas Lunner and Stefan Stenfelt},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2014}
}
Listening in noise is often perceived to be effortful. This is partly because cognitive resources are engaged in separating the target signal from background noise, leaving fewer resources for storage and processing of the content of the message in working memory. The Auditory Inference Span Test (AIST) is designed to assess listening effort by measuring the ability to maintain and process heard information. The aim of this study was to use AIST to investigate the effect of background noise… CONTINUE READING
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