Reliability of spectral-temporal ripple tests in children

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2023-04
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Kirby, Benjamin J.
Sullivan, Morgan A.
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Kirby, B.J. & Sullivan, M.A. (2023). Reliability of spectral-temporal ripple tests in children. JASA Express Letters, 3(4). https://doi.org/10.1121/10.0017881

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Spectral-temporal ripple tests in both adaptive and non-adaptive versions have been proposed for use in the audiology clinic. Though these methods have been found to yield repeatable results and to be correlated with each other in adults, similar information about test performance in children is lacking. In this preliminary study, children ages 6-12 years completed two repetitions of the adaptive spectral-temporally modulated ripple test (SMRT) and non-adaptive SMRT Lite for computeRless Measurement (SLRM) test. The first and second repetitions of the SLRM were correlated. Though mean performance on the SMRT was significantly correlated with the SLRM, the first and second repetitions of the SMRT were not significantly correlated.

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