Auditory impairment and the onset of disability and handicap in noise-induced hearing loss
D.W. Robinson, P. A. Wilkins, N.J. Thyer, Southampton Univ. (GB). Inst. of Sound and Vibration Research
Univ., 1984 - Medical - 169 pages
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2nd percentile acoust assessment audiogram audiometry in quiet auditory broadband Bruel and Kjaer comparison concourse correlation coefficients corresponding critical ratio dB(A decibel defined difficulty disability and handicap Figure frequency selectivity Group YN HDTL hearing conservation hearing handicap hearing impairment hearing loss hearing threshold levels impairment measures left ear listening tests low fence masker mean monaural noise exposure normal hearing notched noise occupational noise octave-band oe ST ST OF-H OF-L off-frequency listening Ofr Ofr onset Otolaryngology otologically normal oz ST oz z oz oz ZT performance phoneme population presbyacusis present probe tone pure-tone audiometry Questionnaire Section relevant responses right ear scale scores at Simulation self-assessment sensorineural hearing loss situations social gathering sound pressure level speaker speech audiometry standard subjects telephone listening telephone number temporal resolution threshold levels average tick values variables YN group young normal ZT z oz