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This paper discusses correlations found in a number of investigations of noise annoyance, with special reference to the question whether those who are most annoyed show neurotic tendencies. In the past, this last association has been suggested because neurotic individuals give more affirmative...
This paper describes free-field speech screening of hearing with an object puzzle, a toy similar in principle to the RNID Picture Test but designed for less mature subjects. The writer compared its results with pure tone audiometry, first with 31 children and later, with the addition of some...
Hearing aids having linear gain are not as effective in improving speech intelligibility for cochlear deaf patients as those with conductive deafness. On the basis of the relationship found to exist between loudness recruitment and speech intelligibility a compression system has been designed to...
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