Predictability of speech-in-noise performance from real ear measures of directional hearing AIDS.

@article{Dhar2004PredictabilityOS,
  title={Predictability of speech-in-noise performance from real ear measures of directional hearing AIDS.},
  author={Sumitrajit Dhar and Larry E. Humes and Lauren Calandruccio and Nancy N Barlow and Nicholas Hipskind},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={2004},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={147-58}
}
OBJECTIVE Inability to understand speech in noise has been cited repeatedly as the principal complaint of hearing aid users. While data exist documenting the benefit provided by hearing aids with directional microphones when listening to speech in noise, little work has been done to develop a standard clinical protocol for fitting these hearing aids. Our goal was to evaluate a clinical measure of the acoustic directivity of a directional hearing aid, including its association with a test of… CONTINUE READING
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