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This study evaluates the perceptual effects of single-microphone noise reduction in hearing aids. Twenty subjects with moderate… Expand BACKGROUND
The effectiveness of two treatment approaches (phonological therapy and articulation therapy) for treatment of 14… Expand A growing body of evidence shows that ongoing oscillations in auditory cortex modulate their phase to match the rhythm of… Expand Improvement or maintenance of speech intelligibility is a central aim in a whole range of conditions in speech-language therapy… Expand PURPOSE
The authors investigated how clear speech instructions influence sentence intelligibility.
Twelve speakers… Expand Recent hypotheses on the potential role of neuronal oscillations in speech perception propose that speech is processed on multi… Expand A key feature of speech is the quasi-regular rhythmic information contained in its slow amplitude modulations. In this article we… Expand BACKGROUND
Currently, clinicians mainly rely on perceptual judgements to assess intelligibility of dysarthric speech. Although… Expand A computational model of auditory analysis is described that is inspired by psychoacoustical and neurophysiological findings in… Expand Objective At least two rationales are available for fitting wide dynamic range compression hearing aids. The goal of one… Expand