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expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing cnc monosyllabic words

Tom W. Tillman

expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing cnc monosyllabic words

by Tom W. Tillman

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Published by USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Division in Brooks AFB, Texas .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTom W. Tillman, Raymond Carhart.
SeriesNorthwestern University auditory tests -- no.6
ContributionsCarhart, Raymond., NorthwesternUniversity (Evanston,Ill), United States. Air Force. School of Aerospace Medicine. Aerospace Medical Division.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (19 frames) :
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19966015M

5. Tillman, T. W., & Carhart, R. (). An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words. Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6 Technical report -TRUSAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words. Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6. Brooks Air Force Base, TX USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Technical Report. Villchur, E. (). Electronic models to simulate the effect of sensory distortions on speech perception in the deaf.

ObjectiveThe benefit of bone-anchored implantation (BAI) for the treatment of single-sided deafness (SSD) is well established. In this study, the authors sought to evaluate objective hearing outcom. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing cnc monosyllabic words: Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6. (Technical Report No. SAM-TR). Brooks Air Force Base, TX: USAF School of Aerospace Medicine.

  The W Form A, also known as the CID W, is a phonetically balanced test for word recognition (i.e. speech discrimination). They are made up of consonant-nucleus (CN), nucleus-consonant (NC) and consonant-nucleus-consonant (CNC) words. The talker has a General American dialect. The articulation function is approximately 4% /dB.   Genetic algorithm for the efficient selection of disyllabic word lists used in Mandarin speech discrimination tests. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing, 43(5), Tillman, T. W., Carhart, R. (). An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words. Northwestern University Auditory Test No, 6.


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AN EXPANDED TEST FOR SPEECH DISCRIMINATION UTILIZING CNC MONOSYLLABIC WORDS It Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6 TOM W. TILLMAN, Ph.D. RAYMOND CARHART, Ph.D. t 1TKKI!WN USE, E1rDiRAL 8CSIENTIFIC AND T CHCAL I UNFRATION JueC96 SEP C USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Aerospace Medical Division (AFSC)Cited by: an expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing cnc monosyllabic words: northwestern university auditory test no.

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Northwestern University Auditory Test No. by: Tillman TW, Carhart R. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words.

Northwestern University Auditory Test No. SAM-TR [Technical report] SAM-TR. USAF School of Aerospace Medicine. Jun Spahr AJ, Dorman MF, Litvak LM, et al. Development and validation of the AzBio sentence lists. Ear Hear. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words: Northwestern University Auditory Test No.

Technical Report No. SAM-TR, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks Air Force Base, by: Tillman TW, Carhart R. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words. Northwestern University Auditory Test No.

SAM-TR (Technical Report). Brooks Air Force Base (TX): USAF School of Aerospace Medicine; This audio compact disc (Version ) is a revision of the Speech Recognition and Identification Materials, Disc that was produced originally in (Version ) with minor revisions in and (Versions and ) for use by VA audiologists who use the six Maryland CNC word lists in the assessment of the word-recognition.

Tillman, T. W., and Carhart, R.,An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words (Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6), Technical Report, SAM- TR, USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Division (AFSC), Brooks Air Force Base, Texas.

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6,” SAM-TR Google Scholar   Another speech test conducted during the pre-fitting appointment that appears to be a relatively good predictor of real-world aided benefit and satisfaction is the Performance-Perceptual Test (PPT). An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words (NU-6).

Tech Rep SAM-T, June, Walden, B., Schwartz, D. An Expanded Test for Speech Discrimination Utilizing CNC Monosyllabic Words, Northwestern University Auditory Test No 6. Technical Report, SAM-TR Brooks AFB, Tex: USAF School of Aerospace Medicine; Tillman TW, Olsen WD. Speech audiometry.

Jerger J, ed. Modern Developments in Audiology. 2nd ed. A phonetically balanced list of 50 monosyllabic words was presented to each participant at four different sensation levels (SL) using the American Speech Language Hearing Association recommended protocol for word recognition score testing.

Each participant took a 10 minute break before the test. Tillman, T.W., Carhart, R.: An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words: Northwestern University auditory test no.

Technical report, Northwestern University Evanston Auditory Research Lab () Google Scholar. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words. Northwestern University Auditory Test 6 SAM-TR Tech Rep SAM-TR. – Spahr AJ, Dorman MF, Litvak LM, et al.

Development and validation of the AzBio sentence lists. Ear and hearing. J Speech Hear Disord. ; 24 8 Tillman T W, Carhart R.

An Expanded Test for Speech Discrimination Utilizing CNC Monosyllabic Words[Technical Report]. Northwestern University Auditory Test No. Brooks Air Force Base, TX; USAF School of Aerospace Medicine   An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words.

(Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6; Tech. Report SAM-TR). Brooks Air Force Base, TX: USAF School of Aerospace Medicine. On the NU-6 Monosyllabic Word Test, subjects scored 13% higher for words and 14% higher for phonemes with the SPEAK strategy than with the MPEAK strategy.

On the Connected Speech Test and the CID Everyday Sentence Test, subjects scored 32% and 37% higher, respectively, with SPEAK than with MPEAK. (Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg ;). Northwestern University Auditory Test No.

6 is composed of four lists of 50 consonant-nucleus-consonant (CNC) monosyllabic words each. The construction of the test followed the same scheme employed earlier in the development of N.

Test No. 4, a less extensive version using the same type of material. The four lists of N.U. Test No. 6 were given twice to each of two subject groups--one group.

An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words (Northwestern University Auditory T est No. 6, United States Air Force [USAF] School of Aerospace. An expanded test for speech discrimination utilizing CNC monosyllabic words (Northwestern University Auditory Test No.

(Technical Report No. SAM-TR–55). Brooks Air Force Base, TX: USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, Aerospace Medical Division (AFSC).

Book. Jan ; Philipos C Loizou; View. An Expanded Test for Speech Discrimination Utilizing CNS Monosyllabic Word: Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6 each composed of 50 CNC. An Expanded Test for Speech Discrimination Utilizing CNC Monosyllabic Words; Northwestern University Auditory Test No.

6. AD Springfield, Va.: Clearing House for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, -U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Speech perception testing protocol example using the NU 6 or CNC words as the initial test stimuli, adapted from Madell & Flexer, Let me discuss a few more details about these protocols.

As you can see, I recommend monosyllabic words as the primary test stimuli.