Undirected head movements of listeners with asymmetrical hearing impairment during a speech-in-noise task

@inproceedings{Brimijoin2012UndirectedHM,
  title={Undirected head movements of listeners with asymmetrical hearing impairment during a speech-in-noise task},
  author={W Owen Brimijoin and David McShefferty and Michael A. Akeroyd},
  booktitle={Hearing Research},
  year={2012}
}
It has long been understood that the level of a sound at the ear is dependent on head orientation, but the way in which listeners move their heads during listening has remained largely unstudied. Given the task of understanding a speech signal in the presence of a simultaneous noise, listeners could potentially use head orientation to either maximize the level of the signal in their better ear, or to maximize the signal-to-noise ratio in their better ear. To establish what head orientation… CONTINUE READING
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