Category: Pediatrics (P)
The reliability of a clinically feasible measurement of between channel gap detection was evaluated. Thirteen adults with normal hearing participated. Stimuli gaps ranged from 16 to 270 msec with filtered white noise (2000-4000 Hz) serving as the leading marker and filtered white noise (1000-2000 Hz) serving as the trailing marker. Participants were administered the test over two separate visits. Study findings demonstrated adequate test-retest reliability.
George Lindley– Assistant Professor, Salus University