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A short form of the Speech, Spatial and Qualities of Hearing scale suitable for clinical use: The SSQ12

William Noble, Niels Søgaard Jensen, Graham Naylor, Navjot Bhullar, Michael A. Akeroyd
2013 International Journal of Audiology  
Objective-To develop and evaluate a 12-item version of the Speech, Spatial and Qualities of Hearing Scale for use in clinical research and rehabilitation settings, and provide a formula for converting  ...  Design-Items were selected independently at the three centres (Eriksholm, MRC Institute of Hearing Research, University of New England) to be representative of the complete scale.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was presented at the 2012 IHCON meeting and the 2012 British Society of Audiology Annual Conference.  ... 
doi:10.3109/14992027.2013.781278 pmid:23651462 pmcid:PMC3864780 fatcat:eht5hsgc5jfqrf2k3llvek5s6y

Importance of Binaural Hearing

Paul Avan, Fabrice Giraudet, B�la B�ki
2015 Audiology & neuro-otology  
When hearing losses are too asymmetric, the patients face a situation in which the monaural exploitation of sound messages significantly lessens their performance compared to what it should be in a binaural  ...  An essential task for the central auditory pathways is to parse the auditory messages sent by the two cochleae into auditory objects, the segregation and localisation of which constitute an important means  ...  and competing sounds (noise) get spatially separated, a spatial release from masking emerges.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000380741 pmid:25998698 fatcat:nw4oguhevbcohkxp5g4bxsx4b4

Relationships between self-report and cognitive measures of hearing aid outcome

Elaine Hoi Ning Ng, Mary Rudner, Thomas Lunner, Jerker Rönnberg
2013 Speech Language and Hearing  
To measure self-report hearing aid outcome, the International Outcome Inventory -Hearing Aids (IOI-HA) and the Speech, Spatial and Qualities of Hearing Scale (SSQ) were employed.  ...  A sentence-final word identification and recall (SWIR) test was used to investigate how hearing aid use may relate to experienced explicit cognitive processing.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Michael Syskind Pedersen and Ulrik Kjems from Oticon A/S, Smørum, Denmark, for their contribution of ideas regarding the noise reduction signal processing  ... 
doi:10.1179/205057113x13782848890774 pmid:26213622 pmcid:PMC4500453 fatcat:ocbum4y5jrdo5a7jgrpk5nojyi

The Music-In-Noise Task (MINT): A Tool for Dissecting Complex Auditory Perception

Emily B. J. Coffey, Isabelle Arseneau-Bruneau, Xiaochen Zhang, Robert J. Zatorre
2019 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
factors and can provide a complement and extension of speech-based tests for studying stream segregation.  ...  The MINT uses a match-mismatch trial design: in four conditions (Baseline, Rhythm, Spatial, and Visual) subjects first hear a short instrumental musical excerpt embedded in an informational masker of "  ...  ; Nicolette Mogilever for help with data collection; Benjamin Gold for assistance with the musical complexity metrics; and Nicholas Foster, Philippe Albouy, and Sebastian Puschmann for sharing their behavioral  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2019.00199 pmid:30930734 pmcid:PMC6427094 fatcat:6oma5urczvbeveng5vzmxjffqa

Results in Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients With Varied Asymmetric Hearing

Jill B. Firszt, Ruth M. Reeder, Laura K. Holden, Noël Y. Dwyer
2018 Ear and Hearing  
The present study aimed to evaluate longitudinal performance outcomes in a relatively large group of adults with asymmetric hearing who received a CI in the poor ear.  ...  Test batteries for this population should include quality-of-life measures, sound localization and adaptive speech recognition measures with spatially separated noise to capture the hearing loss deficits  ...  Acknowledgments Asymmetric Hearing Study Team:  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000548 pmid:29373326 pmcid:PMC6103899 fatcat:fpguislflrgfnb7bleuxm27vj4

Precedence based speech segregation in bilateral cochlear implant users

Shaikat Hossain, Vahid Montazeri, Peter F. Assmann, Ruth Y. Litovsky
2015 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
In addition to facilitating sound localization, the PE can play an important role in spatial unmasking of speech.  ...  These findings suggest that envelope extraction in itself may not lead to a breakdown of the PE benefits, and that other factors may play a role.  ...  Acknowledgments This publication is dedicated to the memory of Professor Philipos Loizou.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4937906 pmid:26723365 pmcid:PMC4691255 fatcat:jxedrqqxufbwjd5kt74rzvlq2y

An algorithm to improve speech recognition in noise for hearing-impaired listeners

Eric W. Healy, Sarah E. Yoho, Yuxuan Wang, DeLiang Wang
2013 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Successful development of such an algorithm is especially important for hearing-impaired (HI) listeners, given their particular difficulty in noisy backgrounds.  ...  Unlike the ideal binary mask, which requires prior knowledge of the premixed signals, the masks used to segregate speech from noise in the current study were estimated by training the algorithm on speech  ...  R01 DC012048 to D.L.W.) and from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to D.L.W.) and an STTR subcontract from Kuzer (to D.L.W.).  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4820893 pmid:24116438 pmcid:PMC3799726 fatcat:gfztquwtyzf3radi5d3ltsbxqq

Intra- and Interhemispheric White Matter Tract Associations with Auditory Spatial Processing: Distinct Normative and Aging Effects

James W. Dias, Carolyn M. McClaskey, Mark A. Eckert, Jens H. Jensen, Kelly C. Harris
2020 NeuroImage  
Similarly, animal and human clinical studies suggest that the corpus callosum plays a role in the cross-hemispheric integration of auditory spatial information important for spatial localization and attention  ...  Higher right arcuate and callosal fractional anisotropy (FA) predicted better segregation and identification of spatially cued speech across younger and older listeners.  ...  Declaration of interests: None Age and Auditory Spatial Processing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116792 pmid:32278895 pmcid:PMC7292771 fatcat:jefcbmiryjeypgh5kwaifbg74a

Effects of sensorineural hearing loss on cortical synchronization to competing speech during selective attention

Søren A. Fuglsang, Jonatan Märcher-Rørsted, Torsten Dau, Jens Hjortkjær
2020 Journal of Neuroscience  
Older listeners with age-related sensorineural hearing loss (presbycusis) often struggle to understand speech in such situations, even when wearing a hearing aid.  ...  Yet, it is unclear whether a peripheral hearing loss degrades the attentional modulation of cortical speech tracking.  ...  This 85 problem is not always mitigated by amplification of the sounds arriving at the ears, as seen 86 by the fact that many hearing aid users continue to experience substantial difficulties In situations  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1936-19.2020 pmid:32094201 pmcid:PMC7083526 fatcat:diqwzm3qjjhpvnu3q4rpvajhkm

Quality of Life and Auditory Performance in Adults with Asymmetric Hearing Loss

Nicolas Vannson, Christopher James, Bernard Fraysse, Kuzma Strelnikov, Pascal Barone, Olivier Deguine, Mathieu Marx
2015 Audiology & neuro-otology  
Quality of life was evaluated with the Speech, Spatial and Qualities of Hearing Scale (SSQ) and the Glasgow Health Status Inventory.  ...  We evaluated the relationship between binaural hearing deficits and quality of life.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by a Cifre Convention to N.V.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000380746 pmid:25997394 fatcat:7lej2ee5ubdzdikol4ttyuurki

Self-assessment of unilateral and bimodal cochlear implant experiences in daily life

Elke M. J. Devocht, A. Miranda L. Janssen, Josef Chalupper, Robert J. Stokroos, Herman Kingma, Erwin L. J. George, Andreas Buechner
2020 PLoS ONE  
Objective The subjective experiences were assessed of cochlear implant (CI) users either wearing or not wearing a hearing aid (HA) at the contralateral ear.  ...  Design Unilateral CI-recipients were asked to fill out a set of daily-life questionnaires on bimodal HA use, hearing disability, hearing handicap and general quality of life.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all respondents for the time and effort taken to fill out the questionnaires. We are grateful for the assistance of S. Otterbeck, M.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0242871 pmid:33270689 fatcat:yltqjohzoffdvgu6lsmmvodwhm

The MAndarin spoken word—Picture IDentification test in noise—Adaptive (MAPID-A) measures subtle speech-recognition-in-noise changes and spatial release from masking in very young children

Kevin Chi Pun Yuen, Xin Yue Qiu, Hong Yu Mou, Xin Xi, Edward C. Killan
2019 PLoS ONE  
Spatial release of masking (SRM) is a measure of an individual's ability to perform speech-noise segregation, which is usually quantified by the extent of improvement of the individual's speech recognition  ...  performance when the noise is switched from a spatially co-located position (e.g., speech and noise both presented from the front) to a spatially separated position (e.g., speech presented from the front  ...  We are very thankful to all test participants and their families for their valuable contributions and enthusiastic participations in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209768 pmid:30629627 pmcid:PMC6328094 fatcat:qtpp6k7qbnagzm4hg3aoun4eh4

Body Perception and Action Following Deafness

M. S. Houde, S. P. Landry, S. Pagé, M. Maheu, F. Champoux
2016 Neural Plasticity  
Indeed, a growing corpus of research suggests that auditory input could play an important role in body-related processing. Deafness could therefore disturb such processes.  ...  In the present review, we propose an overview of the current state of knowledge on the effects of deafness on body-related processing.  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/5260671 pmid:26881115 pmcid:PMC4737455 fatcat:evnncigvevbqtle6yredwe2cbq

Effect of audibility on spatial release from speech-on-speech masking

Helen Glyde, Jörg M. Buchholz, Lillian Nielsen, Virginia Best, Harvey Dillon, Sharon Cameron, Louise Hickson
2015 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors acknowledge the financial support of the HEARing CRC, established and supported under the Australian Government's Cooperative Research Centres Program, an Australian Government  ...  Initiative, and the financial support of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.  ...  INTRODUCTION Spatial cues are some of the most salient cues available to listeners to aid in the segregation of speech streams in noisy environments.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4934732 pmid:26627803 pmcid:PMC5392063 fatcat:cr6jr4aa7fdbfbvnfkpxxrprce

Self-Assessment of Unilateral and Bimodal Cochlear Implant Experiences in Daily Life [article]

Elke M J Devocht, A Miranda L Janssen, Josef Chalupper, Robert J Stokroos, Herman Kingma, Erwin LJ George
2020 medRxiv   pre-print
Objective: The subjective experiences were assessed of cochlear implant (CI) users either wearing or not wearing a hearing aid (HA) at the contralateral ear.  ...  Design: Unilateral CI-recipients were asked to fill out a set of daily-life questionnaires on bimodal HA use, hearing disability, hearing handicap and general quality of life.  ...  Finally, the Qualities scale (18 items) aims to map the 148 identification and segregation of sounds as well as the naturalness and effort of listening.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.05.04.20090332 fatcat:r7xwciqf5fcx7bxiynyrx7gyrm
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