Training speech-in-noise perception in mainstream school children.

  title={Training speech-in-noise perception in mainstream school children.},
  author={Kerri E Millward and Rebecca Louise Hall and Melanie A Ferguson and David Robert Moore},
  journal={International journal of pediatric otorhinolaryngology},
  volume={75 11},
OBJECTIVE Auditory training has been advocated as a management strategy for children with hearing, listening or language difficulties. Because poor speech-in-noise perception is commonly reported, previous research has focused on the use of complex (word/sentence) stimuli as auditory training material to improve sentence-in-noise perception. However, some evidence suggests that engagement with the training stimuli is more important than the type of stimuli used for training. The aim of this… CONTINUE READING