Psychoacoustic measurements of bone conducted sound

0044 English OPEN
McLeod, Robert;
  • Subject: BF
    mesheuropmc: human activities | otorhinolaryngologic diseases | health care economics and organizations

Bone-conduction hearing aids (BCHAs) are a widely used method of treating conductive hearing loss, but the benefit of bilateral implantation is \ud severely limited due to interaural cross-talk. In theory two BCHAs could deliver improved stereo separation using cross-ta... View more
  • References (90)
    90 references, page 1 of 9

    Signed ............................................................ (candidate) Date................... Statement 1

    Signed ............................................................ (candidate) Date................... Statement 2

    Signed ............................................................ (candidate) Date................... Statement 3

    Signed ............................................................ (candidate) Date................... Statement 4:

    Predicted values are produced using Lavandier and Culling, 2010 binaural speech intelligibility model......................................................................................................... 96 Table 2 Glasgow Benefit inventory from Janssen et al. (2012) ............................ 19 Table 3 Showing Tone and speech thresholds in quiet as adapted from Janssen et al., (2012) * Speech Reception Thresholds (SRT) ......................................................... 21 Table 4 Difference in tone thresholds in quiet between bilateral and unilateral BCHA as sourced from Janssen et al., 2012................................................................... 21 Table 5 Grading system post attempted cancellation ............................................ 45 Agterberg, M.J.H. et al., 2014. Single-sided deafness and directional hearing: Contribution of spectral cues and high-frequency hearing loss in the hearing ear. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8(8 JUL), pp.1-8.

    Allen, G.W. & Fernandez, C., 1960. The mechanism of bone conduction. The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology, 69, pp.5-28. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13792738 [Accessed June 8, 2016].

    ANSI, 1997. “Methods for the calculation of the speech intelligibility index” S3. 5-1997, New York: American National Stanards Institute. Available at: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?view_op=view_citation&continue=/scholar% 253Fhl%253Den%2526as_sdt%253D0,5%2526scilib%253D1&citilm=1&citation _for_view=69PWMEIAAAAJ:u5HHmVD_uO8C&hl=en&oi=p [Accessed December 8, 2015].

    Apoux, F. & Healy, E.W., 2009. On the number of auditory filter outputs needed to understand speech: Further evidence for auditory channel independence. Hearing Research, 255(1-2), pp.99-108. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.heares.2009.06.005.

    Arunachalam, P.S. et al., 2001. Bone-anchored hearing aid quality of life assessed by Glasgow Benefit Inventory. The Laryngoscope, 111(7), pp.1260-1263. Available at: papers://3c7e7917-2aa1-481f-a00c-a641a0c26bfc/Paper/p499.

    AudiologyOnline, 2011. CochlearTM Adopts GN ReSound's 2.4 GHz Wireless Technology Industry 2137. Available at: http://www.audiologyonline.com/releases/cochlear-adopts-gn-resound-s-2137 [Accessed February 5, 2016].

  • Similar Research Results (4)
  • Metrics
Share - Bookmark