Speech perception in MRI scanner noise by persons with aphasia.

@article{Healy2007SpeechPI,
  title={Speech perception in MRI scanner noise by persons with aphasia.},
  author={Eric W. Healy and Dana Moser and K Leigh Morrow-Odom and Deborah Ann Hall and Julius Fridriksson},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2007},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={323-34}
}
PURPOSE To examine reductions in performance on auditory tasks by aphasic and neurologically intact individuals as a result of concomitant magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner noise. METHOD Four tasks together forming a continuum of linguistic complexity were developed. They included complex-tone pitch discrimination, same-different discrimination of minimal pair syllables, lexical decision, and sentence plausibility. Each task was performed by persons with aphasia (PWA) and by controls… CONTINUE READING

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