The effects of listening conditions on speech rating obtained in a clinical setting.

Abstract

The effects of listening conditions on speech ratings from trained listeners were assessed in a clinical setting. The listening conditions were: (1) while face-to-face with the patient; (2) while observing the patient through a mirror and listening via a sound system; and (3) while listening to a tape recording of the patient. Analysis of 100 patients rated under each listening condition revealed no significant condition effects for resonance and articulation judgments. Voice ratings in the face-to-face condition were different from those made in the other conditions.

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@article{Moller1984TheEO, title={The effects of listening conditions on speech rating obtained in a clinical setting.}, author={Karlind T. Moller and Chauncey Starr}, journal={The Cleft palate journal}, year={1984}, volume={21 2}, pages={65-9} }