Vibha KanagokarManipal Academy of Higher Education | MAHE · Department of Audiology and Speech Language Pathology
Master of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
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The spatial hearing experiments can be simulated using high-fidelity headphones, but these simulated experiments do not account for individual variations and are difficult to investigate when the listener is wearing hearing devices. Hence, the free-field systems are ideal for spatial hearing experiments. However, these systems are not readily avail...
Purpose Some of the anti-tuberculosis (TB) drugs used for drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) are ototoxic and can result in hearing loss with extended use. Hearing loss can be present in individuals with DR-TB even before the initiation of anti-TB treatment. Not all studies investigating the adverse drug reactions of DR-TB treatment performed stan...
Background: The temporal envelope (ENV) plays a vital role in conveying inter-aural time difference (ITD) in many clinical populations. However, the presence of background noise and electronic features, such as compression, reduces the modulation depth of ENV to a different degree in both ears. The effect of ENV modulation depth differences between...
Context: The willingness of a person to accept noise while listening to speech can be measured using the acceptable noise level (ANL) test. Individuals with poor ANL are unlikely to become successful hearing aid users. Hence, it is important to enhance the individual's ability to accept noise levels. The current study was an attempt to investigate...
Introduction : Studies have highlighted the sensitivity of Formant centralization ratio (FCR) in the identification of vowel centralization. Since children with Downs Syndrome (DS) are found to exhibit imprecise articulation, the present study aimed at evaluating whether children with DS exhibit vowel centralization using FCR. Method : The study in...