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consonant confusion studies

Dear the List;
I've worked on consonant confusion matrices (CM) study with hearing-impaired (HI) listeners in noise. 
So far, I've found a few studies (see below, Judy found the last one), designed to measure CM with HI listeners as a function of SNR.
It would be appreciated if you share references in the line of CM studies with HI in noise if you have any.




Sincerely yours,

Yang-soo Yoon, Ph.D. 
House Ear Institute
Department of Auditory Implant and Perceptions
2100 West Third Street
Los Angeles, CA 90057
office) 213/989-6768







  author = "J. R. Dubno and D. D. Dirks and L. R. Langhofer",

   year = "1982",

   journal = "J. Speech Hear Res.",

   volume = "25(1)",

   title = "Evaluation of hearing-impaired listeners using a nonsense-syllable test. \textsc{II}. Syllable recognition and consonant confusion patterns",

   pages = "141-148"



   author = "J. R. Dubno and H. Levitt",
   year = "1981",
   journal = "J. Acoust. Soc. Am.",
   volume = "69(1)",
   title = "Predicting consonant confusions from acoustic analysis",
   pages = "249-261"



 author = "S. Gordon-{Salant}",
   year = "1985",
   journal = "J. Speech Hear. Res.",
   volume = "28(1)",
   title = "Phoneme feature perception in noise by normal-hearing and hearing-impaired subjects",
   pages = "87-95"


  author = "G. D. Givens and L. Jacobs-{Condit}",

   year = "1981",

   journal = "J. Aud. Res.",

   volume = "21(4)",

   title = "Consonant identification in quiet and in noise with the normal and the sensorineural hearing-impaired",

   pages = "279-285"




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