Working memory capacity may influence perceived effort during aided speech recognition in noise.

@article{Rudner2012WorkingMC,
  title={Working memory capacity may influence perceived effort during aided speech recognition in noise.},
  author={Mary Rudner and Thomas Lunner and Thomas Behrens and Elisabet Sundewall Thor{\'e}n and Jerker R{\"o}nnberg},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Audiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={23 8},
  pages={577-89}
}
BACKGROUND Recently there has been interest in using subjective ratings as a measure of perceived effort during speech recognition in noise. Perceived effort may be an indicator of cognitive load. Thus, subjective effort ratings during speech recognition in noise may covary both with signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and individual cognitive capacity. PURPOSE The present study investigated the relation between subjective ratings of the effort involved in listening to speech in noise, speech… CONTINUE READING

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