Optimum threshold crossings and time-window validation in threshold pure-tone computerized audiometry.

  • John D Harris
  • Published 1979 in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

Abstract

Two versions of the "10 dB down-5 dB up" rule were computerized: (1) with a "lax" time-window response validation in which a subject had to press and release a button within the window of 15-3750 ms after onset of a 1-s tone in his earphone (this was designed to stimulate the condition often found in manual audiometry) and (2) with a "strict" condition in… (More)

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@article{Harris1979OptimumTC, title={Optimum threshold crossings and time-window validation in threshold pure-tone computerized audiometry.}, author={John D Harris}, journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America}, year={1979}, volume={66 5}, pages={1545-7} }