|Statement||editors, O.J. Pedersen and T. Poulsen.|
|Series||Scandinavian audiology. Supplementum -- 15., Scandinavian audiology -- 15.|
|Contributions||Pedersen, O. J., Poulsen, T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
Binaural effects in normal and impaired hearing. Tenth Danavox Symposium, June , , Klarskovgård, Denmark. [No authors listed] PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Auditory Perception/physiology* Hearing/physiology* Hearing Disorders/physiopathology* Humans; Sound Localization. Effects of Binaural Spatialization in Wireless Microphone Systems for Hearing Aids on Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Listeners Gilles Courtois1, Herve´ Lissek1, Philippe Estoppey2, Yves Oesch3, and Xavier Gigandet3 Abstract Little is known about the perception of artificial spatial hearing by hearing-impaired subjects. Journal: Scandinavian audiology. Supplementum Binaural effects in normal and impaired hearing. Tenth Danavox Symposium, June , , Klarskovgård, Denmark. masking, while being hardly beneficial for the hearing impaired listeners. The gain occurring. when maskers are moved from the frontal position to positions around the listener varies from. to 8 dB for the normal hearing, and from 1 to dB for the hearing impaired.
“Effects of reference interaural time and intensity differences on binaural performance in listeners with normal and impaired hearing,” Ear Hear. 16 (4), subjects were elderly, one had normal hearing and the other was aided binaurally. A third elderly unaided subject exhibited a significant binaural advantage. Further studies are needed to determine the prevalence of binaural interference in normal-hearing or hearing-impaired listeners in . Two conditions are shown: device on (open symbols) or off (gray symbols) for the BCD users, and normal binaural hearing (open) versus monaural plugging (gray) in the controls. Further, responses are shown for two stimulus types: broadband noise (left) versus high-pass filtered noise (>3 kHz). How Binaural Beats Affect the Deaf & Those with Hearing Loss Those with normal hearing ability, partial hearing and non-hearing persons, can sense vibrations created by sound. These vibrations do not need to enter through the ears, and can enter at different receptive points of the body.
i i “phd_thesis_book” — /10/11 — — page iii — #5 i i i i i i This PhD-dissertation is the result of a research project at the Centre for Applied Hearing Rese. The effects of hearing impairment on the perception of binaural-pitch stimuli were investigated. Several experiments were performed with normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners, including detection and discrimination of binaural pitch, and melody recognition using different types of binaural by: • Binaural Hearing/Binaural Processing*: Integration in the central auditory pathways of bilateral sound input * A CI and an optimally fitted HA on the non-implanted ear, two normally hearing ears, two hearing aids, or two CIs can provide binaural processing for some Size: 1MB. Misurelli, S., Litovsky, R. () Spatial release from masking in children with bilateral cochlear implants and with normal hearing: Effect of target-interferer similarity. J. Acoust Soc Am, (1),