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Seminars in Hearing
AbstractFor many years, clinicians have understood the advantages of listening with two ears compared with one. In addition to improved speech intelligibility in quiet, noisy, and reverberant environments, binaural versus monaural listening improves perceived sound quality and decreases the effort listeners must expend to understand a target voice of interest or to monitor a multitude of potential target voices. For most individuals with bilateral hearing impairment, the body of evidencedoi:10.1055/s-0041-1735176 pmid:34594085 pmcid:PMC8463127 fatcat:up6c23pqnzh6nia53i2wsxs4ie