Reliability of threshold, slope, and PB max for monosyllabic words.

@article{Beattie1985ReliabilityOT,
  title={Reliability of threshold, slope, and PB max for monosyllabic words.},
  author={Randall C Beattie and Mario Raffin},
  journal={The Journal of speech and hearing disorders},
  year={1985},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={166-78}
}
The Auditec recordings of the CID W-22 monosyllables were used to generate test and retest intelligibility functions on normally hearing listeners and subjects with mild-to-moderate sensorineural hearing loss. The normally hearing subjects were tested with 50-word lists at SPLs ranging from 15 to 50 dB. Lists of 25 words were used with the hearing-impaired group. The functions were analyzed to assess the reliability of threshold (50% point), slope (20%-80% points), and maximum intelligibility… CONTINUE READING

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