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Re: consonant confusion studies

Dear Dr.Yoon,

The following studies might be of help to you.

1. Vinay, and Moore, B. C. J. (2007). “Speech recognition as a function of highpass filter cutoff frequency for subjects with and without low frequency cochlear dead regions,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 122, 542–553.

2. Vinay, Baer, T., and Moore, B. C. J. (2008). “Speech recognition in noise as a function of highpass filter cutoff frequency for people with and without low-frequency cochlear dead regions,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 123(2), 606–609.


On Thu, Aug 13, 2009 at 9:30 PM, Yang-soo Yoon <yyangsoo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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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Vinay, PhD, MPhil, MSc
Lecturer, Department of Audiology
All India Institute of Speech & Hearing,
Manasagangothri, Mysore - 570006
Karnataka, INDIA
Ph: +91-9448033966