Figure 4 shows a comparative analysis of each face and the median values for auditory threshold
Another factor to be considered for the greater number of correct answers by normal hearing children (CG) is their mean of auditory thresholds
are better than the mean of the thresholds of the hearing impaired children, even considering when performed with the use of their sound amplification device and, the presentation of the speech stimuli for both groups was 60 dB, in addition to the familiarity of some children with such words (greater auditory exposure).
Comparison between cases and control revealed that the cases had increased auditory threshold
Our emphasis in devising this protocol is to attempt to stabilize auditory thresholds
to maximize the effectiveness of the amplification trial period.
Four weeks following exposure, a time interval designed to permit recovery of any temporary threshold shifts, auditory thresholds
were assessed in all subjects.
In the first month auditory thresholds
at all frequencies had no correlation with severity of diabetes in both fasting and post prandial blood sugar levels(P>0.
In view of the fact that patients diagnosed with delayed maturation of the auditory pathway who experience delayed language acquisition but who have normal auditory thresholds
are generally considered to have a good prognosis, we believe that they usually receive less attention than they should from physicians and psychologists.
No latency differences between ears are expected in patients with bilaterally normal auditory thresholds
Some studies have demonstrated that certain aspects of hearing, including the perception of binaural beats and auditory thresholds
, vary according to the phase of the menstrual cycle in women with the Hb AA genotype.
Dalton, Allen, Henton & Taylor (1969) used a Skinner box and the behavioral method of conditioned suppression (CS) to establish auditory thresholds
in monkeys being employed as subjects in the early space program.
Longitudinal study of hearing in children: Baseline data concerning auditory thresholds
, noise exposure, and biological factors.
Some species may be able to adapt to noise - waterfowl colonies have thrived near major metropolitan airports - but others may be harmed by sounds beyond human auditory thresholds