Speech perception with cochlear implants as measured using a roving-level adaptive test method.

@article{Haumann2010SpeechPW,
  title={Speech perception with cochlear implants as measured using a roving-level adaptive test method.},
  author={Sabine Haumann and Thomas Lenarz and Andreas B{\"u}chner},
  journal={ORL; journal for oto-rhino-laryngology and its related specialties},
  year={2010},
  volume={72 6},
  pages={312-8}
}
AIMS This paper uses a new method of speech testing where the hearing aid or cochlear implant (CI) users are tested in a more realistic listening situation. METHODS Groups of 11 subjects matched for performance with 5 different CI systems, for a total of 55 subjects, were tested with an adaptive test regime where the presentation level of the speech signal roved by ±10 or ±15 dB. RESULTS Speech reception thresholds varied widely between -4.8 and 17.3 dB with the ±15 dB roving condition… CONTINUE READING

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