Probe-tube microphone measures with very young infants: real ear to coupler differences and longitudinal changes in real ear unaided response.

@article{Westwood1995ProbetubeMM,
  title={Probe-tube microphone measures with very young infants: real ear to coupler differences and longitudinal changes in real ear unaided response.},
  author={Geoffrey Westwood and John M. Bamford},
  journal={Ear and hearing},
  year={1995},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={263-73}
}
OBJECTIVE The feasibility and practicalities of performing probe-tube microphone measures with infants is addressed, as well as two aspects of acoustic functioning of infant ears: the real ear unaided response (REUR) and the real ear to coupler difference (RECD). DESIGN Part 1 is a longitudinal study involving 12 infants. Serial measures of REUR were obtained over an 18-mo period. Infants were < or = 3 mo for the first test and < or = 21 mo at the last test visit. Practicalities of probe-tube… CONTINUE READING
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