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Dichotic Listening Tests (0)
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Statistical bias in the assessment of binaural benefit relative to the better ear.
The comparison of measured binaural performance with the better of two monaural measures (one from each ear) may lead to underestimated binaural benefit due to statistical sampling bias that favors the monaural condition. The mathematical basis of such bias is reviewed and applied to...
Dichotic multiple-frequency auditory steady-state responses in evaluating the hearing thresholds of occupational noise-exposed workers.
We found that the measurement of Mf-ASSRs is easy and potentially time saving, provides a response at all dichotic multiple frequencies of the conventional audiogram, reduces variability in the interpretation of the responses, and correlates well with the behavioral hearing thresholds in subjects wi...
Dichotic listening in children: Age-related changes in direction and magnitude of ear advantage
Children between the ages of 5 and 12 years were tested with dichotic listening tests utilizing single syllable words and random presentations of digits. They produced a higher prevalence of left ear dominance than expected, especially among right-handed children when tested with wor...
Disrupting within-channel cues to comodulation masking release.
Comodulation masking release (CMR), assessed using a flanking-band (FB) paradigm, may reflect the contribution of both across- and within-channel cues when FBs are proximal to the signal frequency. This study examined the effect of disrupting within-channel cues based upon envelope beats at the outpu...
Cognitive control in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Our results may have implications for psychosocial adjustment for persons with ADHD in educational and work environments. Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved....
Assessment of the central hearing system of sport divers.
To investigate the effect of regular scuba diving on central processing sequences of sport divers who have no history of noise exposure or ear-related accidents using a comprehensive topographic examination of the central hearing system. Cross-sectional controlled com...
Smoking modulates language lateralization in a sex-specific way
We show that smoking affects language lateralization in a sex-specific way. We assessed brain asymmetries of 90 healthy, right-handed participants using a classic consonant-vowel syllable dichotic listening paradigm in a 2×3 experimental design with sex (male, female) and smoking status (non-smoker...
Hemispheric asymmetries depend on the phonetic feature: A dichotic study of place of articulation and voicing in French stops
We found a decrease in REA when the initial stop consonants of two simultaneous French CVC words differed in voicing rather than place of articulation (Experiment 1). This result suggests that the right hemisphere (RH) is more involved in voicing than in place processing. The voiceless-voiced contra...
Auditory spectral integration in nontraditional speech cues in diotic and dichotic listening.
Underlying auditory processes in speech perception were explored. Specifically of interest were the stages of auditory processing involved in the integration of dynamic information in nontraditional speech cues such as the virtual formant transitions. These signals utilize intensity ratio cues and c...
The loudness of sounds whose spectra differ at the two ears.
Moore and Glasberg [(2007). J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 121, 1604-1612] developed a model for predicting the loudness of dichotic sounds. The model gave accurate predictions of data in the literature, except for an experiment of Zwicker and Zwicker [(1991). J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 89, 756-764], in which sounds...