Relationships among age-related differences in gap detection and word recognition.

@article{Snell2000RelationshipsAA,
  title={Relationships among age-related differences in gap detection and word recognition.},
  author={Karen B Snell and D Robert Frisina},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2000},
  volume={107 3},
  pages={1615-26}
}
The relationships among age-related differences in gap detection and word recognition in subjects with normal hearing or mild sensorineural hearing loss were explored in two studies. In the first study, gap thresholds were obtained for 40 younger and 40 older subjects. The gaps were carried by 150-ms, modulated, low-pass noise bursts with cutoff frequencies of 1 or 6 kHz. The noise bursts were presented at an overall level of 80 dB SPL in three background conditions. Mean gap thresholds ranged… CONTINUE READING

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