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Relationship of training of pitch-pattern reconstruction ability to speech perception in normal-hearing young adults
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
and Aims: Aging has apparent functional effects on auditory processing, such as spatial hearing processing, with the most apparent being speech in noise perception disorder. The aim of the present study was comparison of spatial hearing ability between young adults and elderly people. Materials & Methods: According to the inclusion criteria, 30 young adults with the age range of 18 to 28 years old with normal hearing and 20 elderly people with the age range of 60 to 70 years old with normaldoi:10.1121/1.4830865 fatcat:4sxjnbylsrf37dcxbuxh6sdbyu