The multilingual matrix test: Principles, applications, and comparison across languages: A review.

@article{Kollmeier2015TheMM,
  title={The multilingual matrix test: Principles, applications, and comparison across languages: A review.},
  author={Birger Kollmeier and Anna Warzybok and Sabine Hochmuth and Melanie A. Zokoll and Verena N. Uslar and Thomas Brand and Kirsten Wagener},
  journal={International journal of audiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={54 Suppl 2},
  pages={3-16}
}
OBJECTIVE A review of the development, evaluation, and application of the so-called 'matrix sentence test' for speech intelligibility testing in a multilingual society is provided. The format allows for repeated use with the same patient in her or his native language even if the experimenter does not understand the language. DESIGN Using a closed-set format, the syntactically fixed, semantically unpredictable sentences (e.g. 'Peter bought eight white ships') provide a vocabulary of 50 words… CONTINUE READING

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